A very old, badly pixellated demo of the font and TeX state machine. It's pixellated because METAFONT makes TeX fonts, and they were bitmapped, though usually rendered at 300 or 600dpi to match printer resolutions.
2018 Update: this page hails from 17 years. I've since managed to render a very high resolution bitmap of this font, trace it with FontForge and generate a precomposed OpenType font using some FontForge python scripts. If I knew my stuff, I could have used ligatures and kern pairs to avoid having precomposed syllables, but it really doesn't matter: there's no Unicode plane for these characters anyway, and the Private Use Area is big enough and free for all. The font is not available for download here because obviously no-one can ever possibly want it, because I still need to solve some geometry issues, and because you still need a state machine for composing latin syllables into glyphs.