A new approach towards learning, reading and communications has been taken by a Canadian entrepreneur A. J. Funn with the creation of Glyffix. It is an all new language based on new-age hieroglyphics and the project is now seeking public support on Kickstarter. The goal is to raise $77,000 Canadian Dollars on Kickstarter by 31st March, 2017.
Glyffix will help children learn in a smarter way than ever and is not only designed for the children, but for adults as well. So far, a 6000 English-Glyf word dictionary and translator has been created and the target is to create a 23,000 word dictionary. The designers also plan to bring other languages and translators to life such as Spanish-Glyf, French-Glyf, German-Glyf and Italian-Glyf.
Glyffix is a unique, engaging, playful, puzzling, new visual language that exercises a human brain while reading it. The designers so far have created a decent initial language, but more work is required and therefore, they are seeking public support via Kickstarter. Everyone is being welcomed to join this project and support this new language in the making.
All funds raised through this Kickstarter campaign will play a major role towards the improvement, expansion, marketing and recognition of Glyffix.
Generous contributors can find out more about this project and back it on Kickstarter using the following link:
Glyffix is a new language based on the new age of hieroglyphics. Hieroglyphics have been the most ancient language known to mankind and were the very first modes of communication in the ancient Egypt. The revival of this amazing language through this project will help people learn and use their brain in the most stimulating and engaging way possible.
Company Name: Glyffix
Contact Person: Dale Vandenborre
Phone: (506) 440-5577