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Shapes of letters are described nowadays by a sequence of Bézier curves, which were first developed in 1959 by Paul de Casteljau (b. 1930), a physicist and mathematician at Citroën, using de Casteljau's algorithm. Pierre Bézier (1910-1999), an engineer at the competing car company Renault in Paris, publicized and patented Bézier curves in 1962 for use in describing car bodies. Physicist, Algorithm, Competing, Handwriting, Hand Lettering, Bodies, Curves, Paul, Engineering
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Shapes of letters are described nowadays by a sequence of Bézier curves, which were first developed in 1959 by Paul de Casteljau (b. 1930), a physicist and mathematician at Citr… 
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