A "pseudo" 5x7 dot matrix font (albeit not really), which is designed in a manner to increase readability as in a sans serif font like Arial.
The reason it's called "RNTG" is because it's the work for a fictional communication standard.
Update (12 Nov '17): Support for the Greek alphabet added.This is a clone
This typeface was concevied two years ago and later shelved. Thought that it was still worth finishing so here it is. It's another take on the square dot matrix style that I did with the MinSha typeface back in 2010.
The Clinston Lift Co. 1 is based on the Hyundai's LED indicator. This includes the letters and numbers, extended latins (diacritics), old-style numbers, symbols, superscripts, mathematical operators, new-style Luxen 2, 6, 9, G, arrows, lift symbols, washer symbols, Herbew and Hiragana letters.
This font is based off the "ABC Sunday Night Movie" title from the 1970's, as well as WPIX-TV New York's movie titles from the 1970's.
Based off of the eggcrate marquees and scores on the 1975 CBS game show "The Magnificent Marble Machine".
Includes bullet symbol for blank spaces, and all block symbols from the Fast Money font.This is a clone of Fast Money Three
This is the Helvetica pixelized and remixed by me.
This font does not endorse the rights from Helvetica and Helvetica Neue. If you think that this font endorses the rights from Helvetica and Helvetica Neue, go fxxx yourself.
Please do not clone this font. I mean it.
Added and fixed:
1. Changed to Slashed 0: Digit 0.
2. Added symbols.
3. Design 2 Standard will be out on November end.
This font doesn't affiliate with SMRT Buses, or any other company. Created for a cleaner look.
This license I use is the “free advertising” license. You can download my works and share them with others as long as they mention my name and link back to me, but I expect no changes in any way or to be used commercially.
A little experiment - squares with rounded corners. The resulting design is a 5×7 dot matrix font with an (unintentional) art deco sensibility.
Based off the eggcrate display that appeared in almost every game show in existence since the first episode of Password Plus aired in 1968.
Alternate version of connect the bots, reminiscent of dot matrix printers back in the day...
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Inspired by electronic circuitry, combined with a retro flavour in the structure of the letterforms, this display font is well suited to any computer / electronics or technology related application.
The word ‘systematic’ was taken as a starting point for development, and led me to draw upon a personal interest in the inner workings of electronics. The ordered chaos of all the connections running hither and thither is extraordinarily beautiful.This is a clone of connect the bots