This project called Brainwasp links print and web ; paper with a digital screen, the two being complementary. Sensors located in the pages of the book launch a visual translation of the text onto the screen each time the reader turns a page. The visuals consist of all the first 15 images that appear on the Google search engine for each key words of the text.
The user is given two simultaneous reading experiences. This project also questions the relevancy of Google Images' search engine, and how well we can assimilate a text through imagery.
Text: the Manifesto of Futurism by F.T. Marinetti (1909)
Images: Google images
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