I would love to get my hands on a copy of “Calculation in Motion.” The book itself was designed by Masashi Kawamura (remember rainbow in your hand?) but there is much more to this amazing book. Back in ’99, Masahiko Sato (these two went on to collaborate on a variety of interesting projects), a professor of Keio University, challenged his 16 lab students to create flip books based on the notion of computation as a new media. The primitive form of animation combined with advanced themes of computation revealed some fantastic results. The professor was so blown away by what his students created that he decided to create a book out of the 16 flip books. Only 200 copies were published by Bijutus Shuppan, which all sold out instantly. If anyone has any leads on where I can get a copy please let me know!