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Inspirations

I would like to take a moment to credit that which provided inspiration in the development of Dscript.

I was first inspired by SCI-FI artists, movies and games too numerous to mention here, but the ones that stick out in my memory are Star Trek, Star Wars, Futurama, and Stargate, who all incorporated fabricated alien scripts into their shows. Deciphering these scripts proved a challenging and amusing puzzle, providing hours of fun and ultimately the inspiration to develop my own.

I also owe a great deal to Asian language, particularly Chinese. Acquiring fluency in Chinese characters gave me a new set of penmanship skills and the urge to find a way to design something akin to character based language. Korean, even though I am not the least bit fluent in it, also provided some inspiration when I realized that what appears to be logographic characters like Chinese are actually phonetic symbols combined into complex characters, it led me to think something similar could be done with English.


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Creative Commons License
Dscript by Matthew DeBlock is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at www.dscript.ca.
I actually do not require strict attribution as the licence indicates.
I realize the "puzzle" value would be lost
I will galdly provide express exemptions for your projects
Please contact me at vasten@dscript.org
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