Kromofons

Kromofons

Kromofons are a color alphabet in which each of the 26 letters of English is represented by a unique color. The Kromofons alphabet is a set of graphemes that are not written, but which consist rather solely of rectangles or other visible units of color.

Kromofons was invented and patented [United States Patent 20070003912.] by Lee Freedman.

Applications

Messages written in Kromofons can be embedded in images, animations, and even performing arts.cite web | title = Alphabet changes color of communication | url = http://news.com.com/Alphabet+changes+color+of+communication/2100-1025_3-6187358.html | last = Terdiman | first = Daniel | publisher = CNET News.com | date = May 30, 2007 | accessdate = 2007-06-13] Anecdotal evidence suggest it may be easier for people with dyslexia and other learning disabilities to read using Kromofons than with written alphabets.

ee also

*Sign (linguistics)

Notes

External links

* [http://www.kfons.com Kromofons]
* [http://news.com.com/2300-1025_3-6187338-1.html Example message in Kromofons (CNET.com)]


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