from code to glyphs
ASCII, the "American Standard Code for Information Interchange" was a standard from the 1960's to translate characters to binary for use in computer systems. It used 7 binary bits to represent different characters of the english alphabeth. GlyphSCII is a way to represent those 7 bits as new symbols to create a visually more intresting looking script. It uses a base shape of 6 squares with 7 possible positions for connecting squares as the 7 bits of an ASCII character.