A New York City-based startup has created robots that can learn your handwriting—and turn digital notes you write into letters penned on crisp stationery that look like you hand-wrote them yourself.
The startup, called Bond, instructs customers to send in a writing sample. Calligraphers who work at the company help digitize the handwriting in part by hand-tracing the letters. From there, Bond’s pen-wielding robots can convert typed-out notes into physical letters written on stationery the customer selects.
Bond stuffs the envelope and sends the “handwritten” note to the recipient…
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