This suite of Letterist sound poems for the iOS platform offers several environments and behaviors for the letters that inhabit them.The interfaces go from simple to complex, and Piringer uses phrases with the verbs “draw, control, build, create, and connect” to guide the reader to interact and play with the letters and tools offered.
Part of the interest in manipulating these letter objects is in the physics of their movement. Part is in the sounds they make when they collide with vowels to make the Letterist equivalent of a syllable. Wear headphones when you listen to Tracks to appreciate their spatiality and vocal remix magic.
I wonder if he used Realbeat to create them?