A book is made of paper, cardboard, glue, cover material and a thread holding together the pages. These are all materials that have been around for centuries. Is it possible to take something so traditional and turn it into something that would perfectly
The inner book almost disappears behind a razor-thin holographic foil that appears to be polished metal - yet it doesn't impede the page turning. An iridescent holographic foil is laminated onto a flexible cover material. The edges and the back of the book have been rounded off.
The result is a wonderful book that could be part of a spaceship.