Augmented reality book reviews

Exhibition at Central Library

Augmented book reviews

From Wednesday 11 October 2017 Central Library will be exhibiting an augmented reality book reviews display space.

Whats is an augmented reality book review?

An augmented reality book review is a recorded book review which has been linked to a book cover, which can be scanned and viewed using the camera on your smartphone or tablet.

Councillor Kevin Maton, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, said: "This is an exciting and modern way of reading book reviews and I'd urge everyone to go along to the exhibition."

The exhibition contains 25 book review videos recorded by Radford primary school. Instructions will also be provided on how to view the below book review videos:

Including a special book review by Megan Nicholson

Created through investment from Arts Connect 

Libraries - ICT and Information Co-ordinator


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