Perfograma Font – dot-by-dot free font by Asen Petrov, Bulgaria, available at Fontfabric.
The Perfograma Font is inspired by computing machines IBM Harvard – Mark 1, an electro mechanical computer read its instructions from a 24-channel punched paper tape and executed the current instruction and then read in the next one. It had no conditional branch instruction. The original concept was presented to IBM by Howard Aiken in November 1937. Find other display fonts from the Fontfabric font foundry.
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