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Handwriting Font auto generate plateform

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Jan-Ming Ho
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Docket Number:05A-1060123

Inventor:Jan-Ming Ho

IP Status:TW I659355

 

Abstract:

Computer font is used to present the data architecture of digital text, can be defined as Font. A font contains one or more glyph; it describes the data structure in the word’s (or character’s) appearance. A code is given to present the pictograms of every glyph. Handwriting on media (such as paper) is transform into “Handwriting Pictograms” through camera (or scanner). This platform takes the “Handwriting Pictograms” instead of the original pictograms in glyph to construct the handwriting font of the generators.

 

Handwriting Platform advices service for digitalization the words in pictures, also they could be accumulated and download as fonts. Users build the digital picture files through taking picture or scan the documents which contain words. The files are input into the platform; the platform later automatically generates the glyph of every word. The results are accumulated and classified in the users’ glyph database. Users can manage his glyph and package and download them as Computer Font.

 

Fields of Application:

Mobile phone, Tablet, Computers and Digital input devices.

 

Advantages when compared to the existing technologies:

The traditional handwriting font presents more words only if it contains every glyph. This results in mass file size since it will contain more glyph as possible. The platform advices the handwriting font which only fits users’ need with proper file size. There are differences between handwriting and computer fonts: the handwriting is not defined in strict kerning, spacing and typesetting, this causes the problems of font size and irregular arrangement after handwriting font generated from pictures. The results are unreadable by users. The handwriting pictograms are different from pictograms designed by font designers. They contain more detail which means the control points are more than the traditional computer fonts when present in vector. This costs more computer performance when used in any application.

 

Contact Person:Chun-Lin Su / 886-2-2787-2623 / chunsu@gate.sinica.edu.tw