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Adobe Fontphoria Can Capture Text In Images And Convert Them To Fonts

Posted By fershid 1797 days ago on Design - How many times have you wanted to know the name of a font used in a particular design or artwork? In some cases, the letters have been hand-drawn and the font doesn’t actually exist. But imagine if there was a technology that could scan the text in an image and create an entire font out of it.

Well, Adobe is working on a brilliant new tool called Fontphoria – a glyph morphing and generation system that can convert an image into a glyph and apply that style to other glyphs, turning them into a complete set of fonts.

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