I have been doing things very remotely related to font-work. Currently that involves trying to mix bezier curves, s-power basis, geometric algebra, and even some steps towards convincing people that belief in 'quantum non-locality' is only for the silly.
It's tied to font design (and vector art) in that the same math may be useful for both.
Is anyone math- and physics-savvy enough to check my work, which is at the following link in the wiki of my geometric algebra software project?bytebucket.org/chemoelectric/p…
Your browser may give you unimportant warnings about the page being encrypted. That's just how the wiki is set up. Also IE may be too stoopid to display the mathematics correctly.
I apologize that there isn't a review of what the work is about. Maybe after I point out the work to actual paper-writers they'll make use of the work. I'm too disabled to write a paper, myself; doing that work alone beat the bejeezus out of me.
(I'm serious about 'quantum non-locality' being nonsense. It's time for physicists to stop being a branch of science fiction and go back to being a branch of science.)