Futuristic Terminal Display

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A segmented font for a futuristic computer display terminal...
Info: Created on 1st August 2009 . Last edited on 10th April 2012.
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Futuristic Terminal Display
Comment by Goatmeal 2nd August 2009
Very nice work. It is rather retro than futuristic. I would not have bothered to force the lower case letters to the same simple grid. Terminal displays seldom use anything else but capitals.
Comment by Frodo7 2nd August 2009
Very nice uppercase, but lowercase looks a bit weird, I think. Maybe you try a different spacing...
Comment by Magic Sam 3rd August 2009
I'd ditch the lower case. It doesn't work, with it's strange X height and spacing.
Comment by djnippa 3rd August 2009
The people have spoken!

And, as usual, they are correct!

I have removed the lower-case letters, replacing them with a repeat of the upper-case. The lc's defintely felt forced, but as I progressed, it became a challenge to finish them. However, that did not make them any less awkward-looking...
Comment by Goatmeal 4th August 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Futuristic Terminal Display” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 4th August 2009
Minor changes to O and @, based on Rev_Yeti's designs, and a new %.
Comment by Goatmeal 10th April 2012
I like it. Big fan of retro fonts. 10/10 and well deserved
Comment by Noah (winty5) 10th November 2012
@winty5 - Thanks for the kind words!
Comment by Goatmeal 10th November 2012

no comma?

Comment by alysdexia 8th November 2016

@alysdexia - The 'comma' is the little downward-pointing centered triangle.  I wasn't able to figure out a better represention within the design constraints I had created...   (:^\

Comment by Goatmeal 9th November 2016

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