Here are some photos of my initial Baybayin motion analysis.
The thickness of the line is based on your handwriting speed. Faster = thinner and Slower = thicker. The dust particles fly off the lines based on your stoke speed and direction. The 3D aspect is based on time as it moves away from the line stroke.
The representation of the tag is a data visualization of the hand motion. The line thickness is based on speed; the faster the movement the thinner the line. The particles are thrown off based on changes in speed and direction, and are intended to visually emphasize the movement. Time acts as the third dimension and moves linearly away from the drawing point.
Looking at the end result, looks like most of the motion is from the Ka character. Makes sense since it has the most motion. It was probably due to the cursive style I used. Stay tuned for a 17 character analysis.
Want to see some test video? Check it out on the Baybayin Facebook page.
How was it done? More info here
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Hi there! This is the first time I’ve vistited your website, and I’d like to ask if there are any movements you are in contatc with who advaocate the reuse of Alibata into Filipino Education.
I’m really interested in fidning out how I can support these movements, so I’d really appreciate it if you could help talk to the right people.
Also, I’m Cebuano, so it’ll make it all the better if you hook me up with a movement based in Cebu.
Please contact me as soon as you can.