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There is nothing like getting lost in the pages of a good book, except of course plunging headfirst into a good book on your Kindle or iPad! I've been a lifelong bookworm, and also a bit of a techie, so I'm always keeping an eye out to the future of reading. Naturally, "Sensory Fiction", an interactive reading project designed at the MIT Media lab caught my fancy. Check out the video below to see the sensory book in action. It changes colors, adjusts your temperature, and can even raise your
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