I’m not sure that I’ll explain this correctly, but I’ll try. Basically, LAIKA is a web-based font project that aims to make type a changing and fluid part of the digital realm. The font interacts with several inputs given by the mouse based on the pointer’s location on a digital plane. And from those coordinates, the font changes dynamically in width, slant, and serif/san-serif (excuse me if I’m using the wrong words to describe a typeface’s attributes — I’m not a type specialist). [via]

Anyway, you’ll get a better idea of what this all means if you play around with the online demo and then read up on the project’s details. Pretty darn cool if you ask me!