Typographical Topologies VR

Typographical Topologies VR is a fully immersive, typographical playground. You can use interactive type building blocks to build and throw text at your pleasure, creating 3D virtual typographical topologies out of writers’ words, arrange VR word poems and landscapes made out of narrative content using impossible physics, where nouns attract and repel verbs to form sentences and new typographical structures, which can be climbed upon and explored. You create new user generated typographical topological structures throughout your experience.

filmtiki has been awarded funding from Arts Council England‘s Grants for the Arts programme to enable our artist in resident amoeba to expand his VR demo installation into a standalone VR experience, which will be on display at our studio in Brighton throughout July 2017. amoeba will fill it with pre-existing texts by Alan Moore, John Higgs, Alistair Fruish and Robert Anton Wilson. This is an interactive writers rooms for the authors and audience to deconstruct the physical text and re-arrange it in abstract typographical topologies, thereby creating landscapes and psychogeographical virtual environments from the interactive text.

Entry is free and open to all. Have a look at the video below for a little taste of what’s in store, and get in touch if you want to book a time to experience our installation.

Typographical Topologies VR from amoeba on Vimeo.

 

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