Intermorphable Alphabet

An assignment by Golan Levin in his Introduction to Interactive Graphics course at CMU. Described in 2004 by student Dan Saffer in the following terms:

The project was to come up with a “font” in which any letter can morph into any other letter. Mine is a “block and bubbles” alphabet, composed of bubbles inside blocks that move around. I tried (unsuccessfully) to get the bubbles to break out of the blocks while moving, but I never got it to work right.