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More 3D Fun Headed To Your iPad

The problem with pop-up books, especially if children are involved, is that they can easily get damaged or even parts ripped out, so they do not last long. Well, help is on its way for today's e-Parents with a new app that is about to be submitted to Apple.

Ideal Binary have developed Grimm's Rumpelstiltskin an electronic book app for the iPad (there is also an iPhone version separately). Described as "the world’s first fully 3D interactive pop-up book" the app looks impressive from the video preview.

Book publishing on the iPad, especially Children's books, is a very exciting and fast developing sphere of activity and we can't wait to get our hands on this app to try it out. Hopefully we can in a couple of weeks.

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Reader Comments (1)

Nice to see 3D interactive reading apps for iPad. Here are children who are very poor can't buy any books at all. Get only free textbooks from government. I can't think how they can have an iPad.

January 14, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAnimal books for Children

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