Re: [-empyre-] context of text

>The poetics of typeforms, hieroglyphics, calligraphy, drawing. I'd like to
>see typeforms that respond to the feelings of the viewer, that respond
>dynamically to the message in the text, that speak when touched, like brail
>Barrie I thought this sounded fascinating Barrie, thanks so much -have you
>tried to do it? If not, do you  have any ideas about how it could be done?


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Dr. Hazel Smith
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School of Creative Communication
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University of Canberra Centre for Writing
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University of Canberra
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