Interesting piece linked from Slashdot today on the UK Royal Society's digitization of the book giving rise to the "Newton was inspired by a falling apple" story.
The article doesn't actually provide the link to the Royal Society, which is a shame because they're running a sort of neat interface for interacting with digitized material: http://royalsociety.org/Turning-the-Pages/
It's a commercial product, looks like it's in the "if you have to ask you can't afford it" category, but fun to play with/brainstorm around. The material they've archived is also pretty cool.
A place to tell us about your work and projects. Self-links encouraged!
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It looks like the full 3D viewer is a Windows-only .NET application though, which is a shame. While there is an "accessible" version with plain images, I don't know how I feel about making the primary view platform-specific and tied to proprietary software.
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