We implemented "Digilog Book" by using our maker-less tracking method. As shown in the video, we overlaid 3D models onto each page to provide Augmented Reality experience to users. The system worked in real-time; more than 30 fps in modern PCs or laptops. And it can support more than 300 pages (the maximum number is not tested yet) without losing real-time performance.
About tracking, please refer our work proposed in
Kiyoung Kim, V. Lepetit, and W. Woo, "Scalable real-time planar targets tracking for digilog books", The Visual Computer.