Unicode character recognition! This is a tool to help you find Unicode characters. Finding a specific character whose name you don't know is cumbersome. On shapecatcher.com, all you need to know is the shape of the character! How do I use it? Draw your character as best you can in the "drawbox".
Note: each Unicode character has a ID called its "codepoint". For example, → has codepoint 8594 or hexadecimal 2192. Scattered All Over. They are scattered in different code blocks.
U+2600 – U+26FF (9728–9983) Geometric Shapes. Dingbats. Characters 9786-9788, 9792, 9794, 9824, 9827, 9829, 9830, 9834 and 9835 are present in Microsoft’s WGL4 character set. Characters 9824, 9827, 9829 and 9830 provide Unicode equivalents for some of the characters in Monotype’s Symbol font.