The wayfinding system that responds to sound

Danish design studio Kontrapunkt and Nippon Design Center have created a digital wayfinding system for tech brand Goertek which responds to ambient sound

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’.

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