Date: 7 months ago   Category: Science

Scientists have developed the font improving storing of the text

Scientists from RMIT together with the Australian designers have created a font which simplifies reading and storing of texts. The font has received the name Sans Forgetica from the English forget – to forget. He differs from standard fonts in existence in letters of gaps, The Next Web reports. Sans Forgetica is more difficult for perception therefore it forces a brain to concentrate and to carefully process information. Researchers have tested development on 400 students. It has turned out that the text written to Sana Forgetica was remembered by examinees 7% better, than at standard writing. Scientists have emphasized that in everyday life it is better not to use such font. He will approach if necessary to learn the small text or to be prepared for examinations. Photo: Google Images Share: sans forgetica Australia letters storing photo gaps font