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    Bird books with Sounds!

    Hi all! Thank you for the warm welcoming :) If you feel like giving me some feedback about my post and short video, I'd really appreciate it.
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    Bird books with Sounds!

    40 sec video of the concept 40 sec video of the concept: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mvx0s0AC1Hs&feature=youtu.be
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    Bird Books with Sounds!

    40 sec video of the concept: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mvx0s0AC1Hs&feature=youtu.be
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    Bird Books with Sounds!

    I agree with you about traditional books. The tech I'm describing allows for making interactive books that feel, look, smell like a real book does. The pages are plain paper and ink - no physical buttons, wires, cables etc. A small speaker on the back plays the sounds. Nevertheless, I take your...
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    Bird Books with Sounds!

    Thank you very much for your feedback! I assume you prefer the QR solution to the one I proposed, correct?
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    Bird Books with Sounds!

    Hello all! I am here looking for feedback from bird-lovers who are also book lovers! I have developed a technology for traditional paper books that have printed touch-sensitive graphics on its pages. These graphics are printed with a special ink which allows the reader to simply touch on them...
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    Bird books with Sounds!

    Hello all! I am here looking for feedback from bird-lovers who are also book lovers! I have developed a technology for traditional paper books that have printed touch-sensitive "buttons" on its pages. These buttons are printed with a special ink which allows the reader to simply touch on them...
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