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Please, can any one Identify this font?

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Did you find it on a website? If so what is the link? –  cwd Feb 9 at 9:08
    
its some website logo. i have seen it. but i don't remember it now. –  Angel Feb 9 at 9:31
    
I was thinking it was similar to the google glass logo but thats not it. Hmm its a cool font but cant seem to find it and "what the font" doesn't recognize it. –  cwd Feb 9 at 9:45
    
If you need it for a logo you could always use a similar font and flip the V upside down. Hope you find the name of the font. –  cwd Feb 9 at 10:00
    
yea, that's the last thing i was thinking. –  Angel Feb 9 at 10:23

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It's a DIN font, possibly Light; maybe regular. The R is doctored, and the A most easily rendered with an inverted V. Such customisations for logos are not uncommon.

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/fontfont/ff-din/pro-light/

FF Din Light

There are a huge number of proprietary variants of DIN fonts. Your version may be slightly rounded (the vertical parts of O don't look straight); and the ends of the strokes may be rounded too as if made by a pen. It might also be widened slightly from the standard DIN dimensions.

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+1, the logo in question has been designed from font, but did not created by 100% letters only - usual font can have Additional elements in the letters, but not "skipped" or "eliminated" elements in one or two letters, thus the logo could not be created as just 100% font letter, but some letters changed by designer. –  Ilan Feb 9 at 10:39
    
Andrew, Thnx for the detailed answer. It seems the way you have mentioned. –  Angel Feb 9 at 11:14

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