Super Terrain's 'Fahrenheit 451' is Only Readable After Heat is Applied

 - Oct 24, 2017
References: superterrain.fr & psfk
In an effort to reinforce the book's message, Super Terrain is planning on developing a heat-sensitive edition of Ray Bradbury's classic novel, 'Fahrenheit 451.'

In the novel, books have been banned and subsequently burned, which is why this special edition book, features what appears to be wordless black pages. In reality, these pages are thermometric, meaning the words underneath are revealed when heat is applied. This was made possible through heat-sensitive ink, which hides the book's text in room temperature. This immersive reading platform makes for a more difficult reading experience, but provides a visual reminder of the book's concepts, offering more stimulation than most books can.

The heat-sensitive book will be available at the Super Terrain store next year.