Datacolor has introduced the ColorReader EZ, a brand new transportable software that’s designed to simplify matching, deciding on, and coordinating colours.
The ColorReader EZ joins a household that features the $99 ColorReader and $249 ColorReader Professional, and it turns into probably the most transportable and inexpensive machine of the trio.
“ColorReader EZ takes the guesswork out of choosing and coordinating colours,” says Datacolor gross sales and advertising director Susan Bunting. “It permits you to seize colour inspiration the place you discover it, with an accuracy you possibly can’t get from a smartphone picture.”
After connecting the ColorReader EZ to an iOS or Android smartphone by way of Bluetooth, it could shortly and precisely establish the closest colour match to any hue it measures on a flat easy floor. You may receive the consequence as a exact CIELAB, Hex, and RGB colour worth.
Customers can construct and arrange colour palettes grouped by mission, and the app may even counsel coordinating colours and colour schemes for matched colours as properly.
“The inexpensive new machine incorporates the corporate’s superior colour know-how in an easy-to-use software that simplifies the usually difficult and time-consuming technique of colour matching and colour coordination each within the paint colour choice and digital workflow processes utilized by photographers and digital designers,” Datacolor says. “ColorReader EZ is a must have software for anybody whose work or way of life contains colour selections.”
The ColorReader EZ is out there now from Datacolor’s web site with a price ticket of $59.