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General Electric presents check with E13B font. The E13B font you still find on American checks kickstarted MICR (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition) and hence OCR (Optical Character Recognition) technology. And Kenneth Eldredge, the man in the picture, invented the first machine-readable typeface.


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1956... Magnetic Ink Character Reading (MICR) from checks. It was challenging for a machine to read information from checks, deposit slips, etc. Photo-electric scanning of characters was problematic in a production vs. lab environment. In 1956, a breakthrough came with development of reading magnetically characters printed in black ink containing particles of a magnetizable oxide. Magnetic-ink character reading (MICR) was born as a standard. MICR numbers are still at the bottom of your…

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