The first-ever video advertisement will be published in a traditional paper magazine in September.

The first-ever video advertisement will be published in a traditional paper magazine in September.
A printed magazine will have a video advertisement in September, the
first ever. The slim-line screens - around the size of a mobile phone display - also have rechargeable batteries. The chip technology used to store the video - described as similar to that used in singing greeting cards - is activated when the page is turned. What's the bet someone finds a way to hack these little gadgets into something useful.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/8211209.stm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7GErbdNRrE
http://www.americhip.com /
Had to happen :-)
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The audio quality as heard via NPR, is terrible. But it is the first step to Harry Potter style news papers.
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Great, even more e-waste
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The last gasps from a dying (extremely biased and inaccurate) form of information
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