Yuting Su and Martzi Campos
If Lewis Carroll were alive today, what direction would his stories of whimsy and nonsense take? As he was an early fan of technology (photography), one could guess he would integrate digital tools with his storytelling like this first-prize winner demonstrated in the video. The pop-up book contains sensors and buttons wired to a microcontroller hidden in its spine. The interactive experience truly comes alive when the book is connected to a computer, allowing the “reader” to explore a digital game as they turn the pages.