Georgia Tech Turns Stale Physics Book into Mobile Experience
A 1,700-page physics classic is undergoing a major mobile makeover at Georgia Tech.
Researchers in the Georgia Tech Research Institute have already replaced the first chapter of The Infrared Handbook with an in-house app. And they have plans to create at least two more apps as they turn a static physics textbook into an e-book, said Leanne West, director of the Landmarc Research Center in the Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory at the institute.
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