Ooooh. This looks cool. It’s called Nix, and it’s a color tool that can scan any surface and tell you exactly what the color is. Apparently, the color shows up in whatever formulation you prefer, like CMYK, RGB, LAB, HEX, and more. It’s basically the Photoshop eyedropper tool in real life! (If you don’t use Photoshop, a quick explanation: with the eyedropper tool, you can click on any color on your screen, and Photoshop will tell you instantly what the color formulation is. So handy! I use it a ton.)
This Nix color tool is clearly marketed to graphic designers, interior designers, paint contractors, and architects, but it seems like something than anybody might need now and then — maybe when you’re planning a party or a wedding. I love learning about new gadgets like this.
Any new tools you’ve discovered lately? I want to hear!