Ain't there any color-alphabets were different color combinations are different letters, like with three colors, red, green and blue and every letter is a horizontal color triplett?
Sariaht said:Or that every letter was a certain color. It would work you know..
Gonzolo said:Morse and binary codes could easily be colors instead of dot, lines, blank, 0's and 1's. Perhaps people find it easier to buy a pair of glasses than to learn a new alphabet.
The major disavantage for a color alphabet is probably the lack of devices as simple as pencils, chalks, and pens to write it down. Letter shapes can be written with the most rudimentary means and are quite independant of any technology or ressources, unlike a color alphabet would be. But you never know, solid applications might come around.