The last time Brazilian gamer Luciano Paul Giehl was featured here he'd created a selection of props for an LA Noire/Mythos mashup. This time around he's given the same high-touch treatment to a tabletop scenario set during the Vietnam War. The collection of equipment manuals, maps, photographs, ephemera, and physical props is a brilliant way to involve players in the game world.
I've mentioned before how unusual it is that Mythos-gaming has such a historic emphasis on immersiveness, while more mainstream D'n'D style fantasy games haven't really utilized props and handouts. That may be starting to change. One of my goals for the new year is to bring attention to the high-touch approach in FRPGs, and try to encourage it.