This font displays each character as a seven segment representation of the binary value of the character according to the GSM 7-bit alphabet. The commercial at (@) has been swapped with the space as I don't know how I could have a blank character that isn't space. I put the escape character in place of the reverse solidus (\), and I put the carriage return and line feed characters in the place of the left and right square brackets respectively, as these characters are not represented in fonts.This is a clone
This font idea popped into my head when I came across this YouTube video about segmented displays. The "X-O" LCD idea was the most fascinating to me and I challenged myself to try remaking it... and ended up completely revamping it to include "lowercase" letters, and improve legibility (for the most part)
This is a limited font, which has very few characters. This is based off of a 7 segment LCD display, and has a design that follows a format, unlike the other "7 segment display" fonts. Since this doesn't alter the design at all, it looks authentic and probably would work in an LCD. This is best used in all caps, but will work in lowercase.
ELEKTRON AR-LCD 1 - Re-creation of the 6x6 dot matrix font that is used in the "WinstarWG12232A" 122x32 graphic LCD display module on the "Analog Rytm"drum machine by Elektron
I used filters to mimic the original module's dot size and dot pitch:
Horizontal brick size: 0,89
Vertical brick size: 0,91
Horizontal grid scale: 0,8
Vertical grid scale: 0,94
This is just one of the fonts that is used in the "Analog Rytm", there is number of different font size and designs used throughout the device's OS interface. Used together to create clear hierarchy and structure in the individual components.
I will try to provide the remaining others as seporate fontstructions as well soon.
LCD-JP with a Mullard SAA5050 style upscaling process applied. A handful of letters were redrawn to keep them recognizable after the upscale (@, &, cross-hatching patterns, 年, 金).
Use this font for digital clocks, calculators, or other digital seven segment displays.
Attempt to render the Cyrillic alphabet using the 14-segment LCD screen. Really highlights how impractical the 14-seg is for Cyrillic text. All letters I couldn't "solve" are rendered as all-on. Most of the letters are taken from here https://helperbyte.com/questions/341983/display-the-cyrillic-alphabet-on-14-segment-display
Inspired by digital audio meters.
Typical LED is a circular pixel font intended for use in video games and video game-related t-shirts. Best used on a black background in a non-neutral color such as red, orange, green, or blue.
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1736632/cubic-33This is a clone of LCD Square C
This is a digital font, like you see in calculators and such, and I will update/add more characters as always. And lastly, I made the B, D, K, R, V, X, a, v, sightly different than A, H, O, U, o, u to avoid confusion. That's all.
The standard font sets of the HD44780-A00 and -A02 combined, using only the 5x8 characters, and preferring the -A00 ones where there are differences between the two sets (the cent sign for instance). Characters with dual or triple purposes are filling all of their potential slots.
Note that the following 'basic ASCII' characters differ between the -A00 and -A02 masks of the HD44780: 'A', 'S', 'g', 'i', 'm', 'w', and '['. All of these charaters are using the A00 version here.This is a clone of HD44780 5x8
A font based on fivepanel. Still confusing!This is a clone of fivepanel
This is a (not very good) font designed to emulate the experience of a dot-matrix display; these displays are found on trains, buses, etc. This font supports most characters up to Latin-1 Supplement, and full Unicode support is on the way.