Friday, February 12, 2010

Research (Cont.)

After sharing my experiments with Abby, and some discussion, I am wondering about creating a screen based font that would move, or could be moved by the user. During our discussion Abby up a valid point about the line between innovative experimental typography and cheesy glitter type. See Here...

Towards the end of my video Type Experiments 01 some very cool things begin to happen with a circle of light that warps the letter "A". I am wondering if perhaps through my research I have discovered a new path, or if I am steering in the wrong direction.

Type Experiments 01 from Jonathan Richardson on Vimeo.



Similar things happen at the end of Type Experiments 02. The letter "A" begins to look almost holographic. This could also be an option, but I have not considered any interactive solutions yet.

Type Experiments 02 from Jonathan Richardson on Vimeo.



I guess I'm kind of at a crossroads right now and need to figure out which direction I need to focus on.

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