“Sans Forgetica” is a typeface designed by the University of Melbourne to improve memory.
Surely it will have happened to all of us while we study. The lack of interest and fatigue took our toll and made us not retain the texts we read. As a result, we did not remember them and we had problems when taking the exams.
A problem they have wanted to solve at the University of Melbourne. A team of researchers from the RMIT in Melbourne have created a typeface that they say could end school failure and lack of memory. The typeface is called “Sans Forgetica”.