vispeech – Using Bell's Visible Speech alphabet
The Visible Speech is a phonetic alphabet invented by Alexander Melville Bell (father of Alexander Graham Bell). Bell was a teacher of the deaf, and this alphabet was intended as an aid to teaching the deaf how to pronounce words, by reducing sounds to a supposedly unambiguous representation.
The bundle contains fonts (as METAFONT source), macros for their use, and some descriptive documents (as Plain TeX).
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fonts distributed as METAFONT source
fonts with specific small application areas
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