“Living Book Cover” Updates Dynamically

When photographed by your web cam, a book’s image appears to update in a real-time, as rotating its cover toggles between the company’s feeds on Flickr, Twitter, Vimeo, and their blog. (Tilting and left-right motions provide scrolling.)

The trick is performed using embedded Flash content. and it’s an example of both “fluid interfaces” and augmented reality. (This article provides video of the cover in action, along with other examples of augmented reality…)

Augmented Reality. from Moving Brands on Vimeo.

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