From a picture
— to 1000 stories
Imagine an inspirational tool that connects visual arts with the world of books,

creating unexpected connections with the help of machine learning...
What you see will become what you read.
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An Icelandic tradition called Jólabókaflóð exists, where books are exchanged as Christmas Eve presents and the rest of the night is spent reading them and eating chocolate.
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There is a book called “Becoming Batman: The Possibility of a Superhero” written by a neuroscientist, which covers in detail how much an ordinary person would need to train and adapt to become Batman.
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Children’s books have 50% more rare words in them than does an average showing of adult prime-time television.
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The book title 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is referring to the distance traveled and not the depth. 20,000 leagues depth would put Captain Nemo through the Earth and 15% of the distance to the moon
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People need to read at least 100 books on their e-readers to break even with printed books on environmental impact.
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Eye movement in music reading is an extremely complex phenomenon that involves a number of unresolved issues in psychology.
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There is such an expansive collection of books under the British library in their archive, that if a person could read 5 books per day it would take them 80,000 years to complete.
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The famous author Mark Twain (who wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer) was the inventor of the bra clasp.
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French novelist Jules Verne wrote the novel Paris in the Twentieth Century back in 1863 and described a world of glass skyscrapers, high-speed trains, gas-powered automobiles, calculators, and a worldwide communications network.
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The first Sherlock Holmes book "A Study in Scarlet" was the first work of fiction to mention a magnifying glass being used as an investigative tool and is the reason we still connect this item with detectives today.
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The book 'Walden' by Henry David Thoreau is often seen as a 'bible' for self-sufficiency enthusiasts. However his cabin on the lake was about a mile from town, where he would often go to visit his mother, who did his laundry for him.
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When Maurice Sendak was illustrating a book about horses, he realized he wasn't very good at drawing them. Instead, he turned them into strange beasts. The book became Where the Wild Things Are.
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