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Interactive Kama Sutra launched
10.10.12 | Charlotte Williams
UK erotica publisher Xcite Books is selling world rights to the first interactive Kama Sutra at Frankfurt Book Fair.
Kama Xcitra is a spiral-bound book containing 69 illustrated positions combined with written descriptions and discreet diagrams. Readers can view the pages through the free smartphone and tablet apps, which accompany the book, and each image appears to pop out of the page “allowing the viewer to appreciate the position from all angles”.