In Le Monde des Montagnes (The World of Mountains) (2008), Swiss artist Camille Scherrer blended low and high technologies to push story books into an interactive realm. She created a kind of digital fairy tale, enlisting both her background in illustration and new-media art. As the viewer turns the pages of an ordinary book, a nearby computer monitor displays mysterious animations of birds and snowflakes on the same pages. Scherrer created this magical illusion with custom software and a reading lamp that contains a hidden camera. The artist revives traditional, beloved illustrated books by visually augmenting our experience of the printed page.