Google has filed a pair of patents with the USPTO that aim to reinvent how we interact with printed media. The first patent is for an "Interactive Book" with motion and pressure sensors embedded within its pages. The sensors would launch visual assets via augmented reality whenever the reader activates them, say, by turning a page. The user wouldn't need actual AR glasses; instead a small device seated on the book's spine would project the visuals onto the pages. An embedded speaker would further enhance the onpage action.