Imagine the text of a book or a pdf (including diagrams and math) floating in the air as 3D objects (in the same format/order as the original text).
Imagine you’re Superman and you’re flying around the text/pdf math characters to view it. You can fly far away to view more text at once or fly closer to see more. You can grab/pick up letters or words and move around in them if you decide to fly in the text. You could run inside an O and run around in circles inside of it like Sonic the Hedgehog.
What would you need to do to make this happen?
I notice in pdfs, I can highlight parts of math like you can highlight the long S of an integral. So I am wondering if the math symbol in pdfs are vector based can be destructable objects just like the text. Things like pictures in a pdf would have to say pictures I suppose, maybe like a 3 inch slate that can be broken up into pieces