Kindle Like Electronic Book, Meet the Concept Infinite Book
Many of our readers probably know what a Kindle is; an electronic device that is supposed to take the place of a book or magazine. In the last ten years, these devices have become very popular, and have become the go-to way for readers to take with them many novels on their travels, or just for leisure. Much like the relationship the newspaper has with the internet, the electronic book is becoming a natural replacement for the paperback book.
This specific take on the problem is called the Concept Infinite Book. Made to look much more like a newspaper or paperback, this electronic book is designed to feel much different than its counterparts. Where Kindles and similar products look more like tablets than booklets, the infinite book is designed to be flipped like a paperback, and with each flip the face changes. Looking to change the way we view our news and literature, the infinite book may very well be a game changer.
With a flexible surface, the concept infinite book makes for an interesting way to interact with a dynamic device with the storage capacity and functionality of a computer. We hope that this interesting device gets realized.
Original Post at ITechFuture.