One qualm people have about technology is the lost art of letter writing -- something Bond is trying change with their robot calligraphy service. Based in New York, Bond uses robots to automate handwritten letters. This allows businesses, brands and individuals alike to send letters and notes in cursive from their smartphones. Capable of learning anyone's handwriting, the robot launched last November.
The calligraphy service uses real pens to create its automated yet personalized penmanship. A robot hand moves the writing implement instead of a human hand. The company offers a variety of fonts, from graffiti to cursive and even the script of famed inventor Nikola Tesla. Cards written in a stock font are available for a flat fee, where as your own writing requires an additional cost.
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