Mathematical and Puzzle Fonts
Below are three mathematical fonts,
inspired by mathematical theorems or open problems.
The latter two are also puzzle fonts: in one form, reading them
is itself a mathematical puzzle.
All fonts are available to play with as web applications
which run entirely in your (modern) browser, including iPhone and Android.
- Conveyer belt font
by Erik Demaine,
Martin Demaine, and
- The form without the belts (lines) is a puzzle to decode, based on a
mathematical open problem by Manuel Abellanas first posed in 2001.
- From the paper “Conveyer-Belt Alphabet”,
in Findings on Elasticity, 2010, to appear.
If you have any feedback on the web applications,