International Graphonomics Society (IGS)
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1985-07-11 Hong Kong Hong Kong
Founded 11 Jul 1985, Hong Kong, during 2nd International Graphonomics Conference. Legally established: 30 Jan 1987, Nijmegen (Netherlands); 14 Aug 2014, State of Nevada (USA). Subtitle: Society for the Science and Technology of Handwriting and Other Graphic Skills.
Study handwriting and graphic skills with a multidisciplinary approach involving motor control, computer science, pattern recognition and neuroscience; foster the application of those studies to handwriting and drawing recognition, human-computer interaction, forensic science, education, physical rehabilitation, medicine and paleography.
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