The Sonic Typeface is in use at Goertek’s R&D Centre in Qinbao, China. Established in 2001, Goertek is an electronics company specialising in acoustic components as well as VR, AR, drones and other ‘digital hardware’.
Taking its sound and acoustic heritage as a reference point, Kontrapunkt and Nippon Design Center created a variable typeface which changes appearance by vibrating in different frequencies and wave types, echoing electronic oscillators. The shape of the different...
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