Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)

We can consider that our body movement and languages are agreed method of communication. To communicate with people in a different way, I tried to change our familiar communication way into a new form of keyboard interfaced language.

Typosound 2 is English version of Typosound 1. Instead of using Korean alphabets, I put English into sound. Unlike Korean, English shares the same letter for its first consonant and vowels, so I designed it to allow fluent sound. The right side on the keyboard, in case both examples, has lower tones associated with the keys. They serve as bass or beat.