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MinicomputerDesigner: Ray Larabie
Publisher: Typodermic
Minicomputer was designed by Ray Larabie and released by Typodermic. Minicomputer contains 14 styles and family package alternatives. p > The weird looking characters at the bottom of bank checks are printed in magnetic ink in a typeface called MICR E-13B. This typeface was developed in the mid 1950s and was used by banks in 1960s all the way to the present day. This system just supports characters and a few control codes but that didn't stop Leo Maggs. In the mid 1960s, he produced Westminster-a typeface based upon the appearance of MICR E-13B. Soon, lots of magnetic typefaces appeared. The magnetic typeface ended up being connected with cutting edge technology and style all the method through to the late 1970s. In the 1980s, personal computer appeared. They utilized pixel fonts and dot matrix type-the old magnetic typefaces all-of-a-sudden looked hokey. Nowadays, designers are using magnetic typefaces in a various context. The meaning has actually changed from state-of-the-art, to old-fashioned, yet still synthetic. But in the half century considering that the very first magnetic typefaces appeared, we've mainly needed to old fonts to work with-1990s digitizations of older analog type. That's why there's Minicomputer. Minicomputer is a magnetic ink typeface with a versatile variety of seven weights and italics. Language protection consists of most current Latin based languages, Vietnamese, Greek and Cyrillic. There are OpenType portions and numerical ordinals in addition to plenty of mathematical symbols. Minicomputer has an OpenType old-style characters feature which raises the original MICR E-13B numerals. You can even type a few of the old control codes if you utilize fleuron characters.

Font Family:
· Minicomputer Ultra Light
· Minicomputer Ultra Light Italic
· Minicomputer Extra Light
· Minicomputer Extra Light Italic
· Minicomputer Light
· Minicomputer Light Italic
· Minicomputer Regular
· Minicomputer Regular Italic
· Minicomputer Semi Bold
· Minicomputer Semi Bold Italic
· Minicomputer Bold
· Minicomputer Bold Italic
· Minicomputer Heavy
· Minicomputer Heavy Italic

Tags: 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, computer, data, futuristic, magnetic, micr, retro, sans-serif, square, techno, ultramodern
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