This Pocket Sensor Helps You Match Colors From the Real World
Anyone who has used Photoshop or other design software will be familiar with the eyedropper. This tool lets you capture the color of any pixel on your screen. But what if you could grab colors from the real world as inspiration? You can with the Nix Mini Color Sensor V2. This pocket-sized device works on most surfaces, and it can even help you find matching paint. You can get one now for $71.40 when you use code MerrySave15 at the XDA Developers Depot.
From website design to home decor, color is a major part of many creative projects. Finding exactly the right shade can be tricky. When you stumble upon that perfect hue, the Nix Mini 2 will help you capture the color.
To use the sensor, you place it flat against any surface. Built-in lights ensure an accurate color reading, with the results sent to your phone in seconds. Scanned colors are saved as sRGB HEX, CMYK, and LAB codes. In addition, the Nix app searches through 100,000 branded paints for a perfect match.
The app also lets you create custom color palettes and share your scans with friends and family.
Normally priced at $99, the Nix Mini 2 is now $71.40 this holiday season with code MerrySave15.
Prices subject to change