Handheld device samples real world colors to use in digital design
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Digital designers often take inspiration from real world colors and we have seen a number of devices which make this process easier. Scribble is a pen that can scan the color of any object and immediately begin drawing in that color, and now the Cube is the handheld equivalent of a digital pipette — it collects and stores color information from physical surfaces and enables the user to reproduce it later in their chosen digital design program. The Cube from SwatchMate is a portable device which can sample and store up to 20 colors locally, or infinitely more when paired…
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