Various experimental writing and numerical Systems.
Binary to Hex
Break down the binary value in chunks of 4, multiply each 1 by its equivalent value, either 8, 4, 2 or 1. Add the resulting numbers together to get the result. For example, the value 1100, or (8*1 + 4*1), is equal to C(decimal 12).
To find the result, draw lines for each individual numbers, where each number intersects the other's perpendicularly and count the number of intersections.
The glyphs are not used into any specific project, but are available here as a reference of a meaningful numeric glyph system.
I played with different ideas and this is the system that worked best for me. It's a mixture of already existing shorthand systems that fits my writing style.
Simple enough, now most letters are transformed into a single stroke shape that flows and combines to form shorter words, that can be written faster.
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