Tangible Textbook + Screen Margin + Pen Input
Physical textbook is linked with its digital counterpart through networked pen and page platform.
Context: Tangible Media
Purchase of physical Textbook is recorded into the digital meta data and can be accessed though the digital Ex Libre
Textbook pages become the interaction for the interface. Tangible Textbook pages are aware of their location and dictate specific interactions with the screen space.
The physical Textbook can connect to every other similar artifact allowing for unique communication with friends and colleagues interacting with the same content.
Physical Textbook becomes connected to every other similar artifact allowing for unique communication opportunities within specialized social networks filtered through the content of the Textbook content.
Physical Textbookis networked to all other modes or response including contemporaries and advanced notating and commentary.
Tangible pages become interface of interacting with content specific setting. Networked pages allow paper and physical location to establish settings and connection levels.
A combined pen and stylus system allows interacting with writing on paper and writing and interacting with the screen to be a seamless engagement allowing spacial recognition of annotation and interaction.
Pages are network and self aware linking and compositing all related and shared notation into the shared margin space. Physical margins are linked through a pen and stylus input system broadcasting notes on physical page in the shared margin screen spaces of all other textbooks within the connected network. Signage to understand whose note are being shared and how many.
Shared notes can become conversation starters prompting responses to questions left in margin space. Screen space can toggle between handwriting style of notation or the converted text and ascii ability through computational aggregation.
Multiple users can engage in reading and responding to content within the shared margin.
Tangible media can extend its content into the screen space to reference external dynamic data associated to the context of the content.