What if the future of television were paper?

Through Internet, and blogs in particular, we have become accustomed to going naturally, with a simple click, from reading a text to watching a video.  The much-ballyhooed launch of Amazon’s Kindle, announces the entry of paper on the screen.  This convergence is like a half empty bottle that we see as being half full—can be seen in the other way: prices of “mini-screens” will lower and will be able to be placed everywhere, including in the paper of your magazine (or your brochure).  Last September, Entertainment Weekly, in partnership with Pepsi, CBS and Americhip, Inc created an event by publishing the first magazine in History with a “full motion” video.  The below video, taken from the channel CBS2 shows the potential of of the technique with many uses…


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