For my individual project, I am planning on creating an enhanced version of some classic, public domain short stories (or -story depending on the depth of each part of the project). I haven't yet decided on which short stories to enhance, but I've been re-reading Poe, Hawthorne, and Doyle. I will most likely choose multiple short stories by the same author. For example, I could choose several stories from the same collection of Sherlock Holmes short stories and then enhance them. By 'enhance,' I mean that I will integrate video, music, images, and interactivity into the existing text and story. At this point though, I'm not certain if these enhancements will be a part of the story or supplemental information (I'm leaning towards the former). For example, as you read "The Tell-Tale Heart," the sound of a beating heart gradually grows in the iPad's speakers. I think this is an innovative and new way of reading a book because it further immerses the reader into the story without being distracting. I don't want the new media to detract from the story, I want them to enhance it. As for the audience, my main goal in creating a book like this is to introduce young people to short stories and tales they might not have any prior interest in reading, but are worthy pieces of literature nonetheless. By creating a more immersive and interactive environment of the story, I hope to be able to attract new and young readers, while still maintaining a respect for the author's work.