MADISONVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT)-- Technology has changed the way we do just about everything from reading a book to flipping through a magazine-- now one high school is changing the way they view their yearbook.
For the 20th anniversary of the high school their yearbook's this year will have a new element that will bring the pages to life.
It's all done through an app that the students download on their smart phone or tablet-- once the app is installed and opened it makes the pages come to life.
While the yearbook looks like a traditional one with plenty of pages-- each page will have a place for readers to put their smart phone or tablet over and instantly the page will start moving.
Some pages have video attached while other have moving icons and music added. Overall, it will give the students more to add to their yearbook without added more pages.
The yearbooks will cost the same as before and if students don't have a smart phone or tablet, the videos will be uploaded to You Tube.
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