Fragmental: A projection mapping font

Fragmental is a tetrahedron based geometric sculpture – designed as         a surface for typographic animations. Using the projection mapping technique we get an illusion of depth and perspective that gives the different kinds of letters a new dimension in space       and time.

Sint Lucas University College of Art       and Design presented me the task to create a font machine. A machine that on it’s own creates a unique font. I have chosen light as my medium for creating the 26 characters of the alphabet.         By using the projection mapping technique where the light acts as the medium for the machine – I was able to bring the full alphabet to life.

Jean-Michel Verbeeck, founder of Konstruktiv, introduced me to the mapping technique.

Fragmental will be published in Francesco Murano’s book “Lightworks: Experimental mapping 2013” in     January 2014.

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