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Apr 25, 2006

Takeluma sonic alphabet

Via Information aesthetics




Takeluma is an installation that converts speech into a visual pattern using a phonetic writing system for representing sounds in English. the shapes of the sounds intend to convey a hidden meaning, giving rise to a kinesthetic response, eg: words can 'feel' sharp or smooth depending on how they sound.

[pcho.net & pcho.net (avi, 13mb)]

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