Magik Book catalog syncs with digital content on a tablet

Thumbing through a product catalog can be a little flat, and very low tech. Augmented reality can bring a book to life by pointing a smartphone or tablet camera at coded objects on a page and viewing the results on the smart device’s screen. Portugal-based startup Magik Book has created its own spin with brochures that sync with a tablet and launch appropriate videos, animations, music, images and 3D models when a page is turned…
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Augmented Reality

Books

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