The Fuzion Logo
The logo is inspired by a Japanese Kamon showing the unity of functional, object-oriented and imperative paradigms of software development.
Features of the Fuzion Logo
This is what makes the Fuzion logo unique
- The three shapes consist of perfectly round circle segments, no corners except for the sharp tail
- Use of three different colors (white, dark lilac, lavender) in the three areas
- Small dots use the same colors, rotated by 120°
- The three segments are separated and surrounded by a thick black line
- the center is a black triangle
There are many ancient and modern sources that use similar symbols, here are some examples:
The Gankyil 'wheel of joy', tibetan symbol nor bu gsum -khyil even has a unicode character ࿋.
Very nice are the "Three spheres" (Sanskrit: trimandala; Tibetan: འཁོར་གསུམ།'khor gsum). The conceptualizations pertaining to:
- object, and
- data, and
- Kamon — Japanese Traditional Identity Design
- 'Hidari Gomon' The Ryukyu Symbol.
- OBS Studio
- Celtic Triskelion
- World Triad
- The Emblem Project
- U.S. Department of Transportation
- Irish Air Corps Roundel
- Yin-Yang-Yuan Symbol
- Trichomeseattle.com offers hoodies with triple-yin-yang design.
- Dreischneuß used in gothic church windows: 1 2 3 4
The Fuzion® logo has been registered under the EU trade mark number 018568143 for Nice classes 9, 41.