Wordcollider – Colliding phrases and signing letters with phonetics

Created by Moritz Heller, Wordcollider was inspired by visualizations of particle collisions at LHC CERN. The software created in Processing accelerate two phrases against each other on a collision course. The collision splits the words up in their letters - "their elementary particles". After collision, wordcollider visualize a signature for each letter, based on their phonetic characteristics.

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