Adobe recently posted a video profile of designer and paper artist Kelli Anderson that includes a sneak peek at a phenomenal new pop-up book she created. But instead of castles or magical forests rising from its pages, the book is packed full of functional 3D contraptions including a planetarium with real constellations powered by a smartphone's LED camera flash.
This Book Is a Planetarium: And Other Extraordinary Pop-Up Contraptions also has a working smartphone amplifier hidden among its pages, and even a playable guitar. It's unfortunately not set to his store shelves until October of this year, but Amazon already has a listing for it and you can pre-order the £25 book ahead of its release. Don't bother looking for a Kindle version, though, what fun is a pop-up book with nothing actually popping up?