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With the advent of e-paper and computing technology, the sensorial feedback of flipping pages are lost as printed media are replaced by e-books and other interfaces.
This interactive magazine provides an intuitive way of flipping pages that reminiscent of conventional flipping action. It also allows reader to collect and organize the images found in the content provided.
To further exploit the benefits of technology, this e-mag also provides other forms of multimedia content.
Our illustration is in the context of a salon. However, this concept could replace any forms of printed media.
National University of Singapore
Dr Yen Ching Chiuan
Tang, Xueling Jane
Tang Xueling Jane, Poon Chit Hong Dominic