Now, thank you note writing robots to save your time
A NYC-based company has designed an app for a writing robot that will pen down your "thank you" notes and save you from the time consuming and stressful formality
While explaining the inspiration behind the firm’s handwriting robot on their website, Sonny Caberwal, the CEO of Bond Gifts, said that he has terrible handwriting, and he usually doesn’t have stationery readily available, and doesn’t even know how to create a wax seal.
According to the site, their new invention manually writes a 255-character message in cursive unlike the printer, ABC News reported.
Rob Leuschke, a freelance font designer, told the publication that connective script fonts need to be carefully planned and thought out as there are always going to be inconsistencies in spacing them.