This book can be read, if you hold a fire on its pages

This book can be read, if you hold a fire on its pages

The Dutch Laboratory Charles nipple, a member of the Academy of Jan van Eyck - Institute of Art and Design, has created a book with a heat-sensitive pages that remain completely black until the reader does not conduct fire on them.

This book can be read, if you hold a fire on its pages

This ability Laboratory has awarded a book with a very appropriate name - "Fahrenheit 451" by Ray Bradbury. The epigraph of the novel states that the ignition temperature of paper - 451 ° F.

This book can be read, if you hold a fire on its pages

The plot of the novel, published in 1953, is the history of utopian America, where books are banned, and firemen ordered to burn any found. This makes the concept of the book just cosmically cool. "Burning" you read her book.

This book can be read, if you hold a fire on its pages

Pages covered with a layer of special black ink, which disappears when heated. It looks like a book, if you hold it on the pages of fire

Video demonstration of the capabilities of this amazing book