Lessons from an AR book study

  title={Lessons from an AR book study},
  author={Andreas D{\"u}nser and Eva Hornecker},
  booktitle={Tangible and Embedded Interaction},
We have observed children reading an augmented book aimed at early literacy education. We explored how children aged six to seven experience and interact with these novel instructional media. We here focus on issues arising from the tangibility of interface elements, the integration of physical and digital elements, on-screen and paper elements, and of text and interactive sequences. 
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