The real life colour picker is now real

When building a website, a tool that could give you the colour code of anything on your screen would be awesome – not quite as awesome as this concept I talked previously about, but still pretty great.

So a company called Pantone must have thought so too and they just announced Capsure, a sort of handheld scanner – just place it on anything and it’ll ID your hue in CMYK and RGB.

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unfortunately it costs US$649 and that is pretty hefty even with the Aussie Dollar being strong at the moment.

If you have the money to spend you can pick it up here

@maniac13

7 Responses to The real life colour picker is now real

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  7. mamsou says:

    loved the idea but I do not have that kind of money. Built one for less than a box. (could be prettier with a little more money). You can build one too! 🙂 (parts needed in description)

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