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SEMI is an OCR font designed by SEMI.ORG to be used for character recognition on printed circuit boards.
This liberal bitmap-only 8x8 adaptation was made after somebody requested it on one of the forums and it takes more than a few cues from OCR-A but goes off in its own direction.
The actual font is upper-case only so I’ve had to imagine what the lower-case would be like in order to provide a full usable set.
This font works surprisingly well for most use cases.
American Type Founders designed the OCR-A font in 1968 to aid machines in recognizing the characters optically long before advanced OCR technologies were available. The goal was to be both machine and human-readable and it was a great success and is still used today in a variety of places despite being followed by the more human-friendly OCR-B.
I created this liberal adaptation on the Sinclair Spectrum +3 using Artist II in the late 1980s. The strong distinctive style shines through even at this tiny size.
This font works well if you want a dated view of technological progress.
I seem to have this knack for creating a font based on memories and when I compare it to the actual thing it’s quite different. This happened once again with this font which I thought I was drawing in 2018 in the style of some text I’d seen in Firefly and Serenity and so named it Reynolds after Captain Malcolm Reynolds. Searching online shows no such typographical style in Firefly at all!
This is a semi-futuristic font that would look good on the side of a starship though.
A 2019 BASIN production that went exploring the gap between my hand-written styles (Journey, Marais, Homestead) and humanist sans (Envious, Magic 5) etc. As my own handwriting is somewhat of a print this resonated well with me and I was pleased with the result.
This font can be used for titles but looks best for long sentences of prose and would work well in a first-person text adventure. Given the small size of the text it would also benefit from a proportional text renderer.