Porsche has created 150,000 prisms, and they will be available in 50,000 copies of Fast Company, according to AdWeek.

With fewer people purchasing physical magazines in stores and opting for digital copies instead, innovative advertisements that mesh the physical and digital world can help attract new potential customers. Other magazines have experimented with flashy ads too. Back in 2013, Google and Wired Magazine teamed up to allow readers to “customize” their own Moto X smartphone within Wired’s print issue by tapping different color panels on the page which would change the color of the Moto X in the advertisement.

Porsche is also planning a LED-powered ad in Inc Magazine in May, Marshall Ross, Cramer-Krasselt’s creative director told AdWeek. ”The LED will provide specific details about the car’s new technology…So this is another example of ‘walking the walk,’ using technology to tell a technology story.”

Porsche and Fast Company did not immediately respond to Quartz’s request for comment.

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