In Between is a typeface created from video animations of a stroke font’s letters. These videos capture the letters of the English alphabet transforming into each other in a consecutive manner. Each form of the In Between typeface is taken from the exact middle point of this translation between consecutive letters. In Between asks several questions: Although it is classified as a typeface, if the glyphs are pending letters, would this not disqualify In Between as a typeface? Are these letters readable? If so, how do they sound like? Or, are they pure silence? How would one even type these letters if there is no Unicode that one can attach to them?
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