## Various experimental writing and numerical Systems.

### Binary to Hex

0 | 1 | 0 | 1 | Binary |

8 | 4 | 2 | 1 | Values |

4 | 1 | Result: 5 |

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).

### vedic

To find the result, draw lines for each individual numbers, where each number intersects the other's perpendicularly and **count the number of intersections**.

### needles

The glyphs are not used into any specific project, but are available here as a reference of a meaningful numeric glyph system.

### shorthand

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.

*Last update on 16X05, edited 2 times.* +7/16fh