Concept: an e-reader that prevents from finger discomfort (pictures)
Designer Chi-Tai Hsu has noticed that while reading on a tablet users may suffer discomfort from the constant scrolling and swiping.
He came up with the “Reading Serenely” concept e-reader that mimics the way we “naturally flip from page to page with finger swipes happening less frequently.”
Via Yanko Design.
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