|By PR Newswire||
|February 24, 2014 05:13 PM EST||
HAMILTON, Ontario, Feb. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- After a strikingly successful Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign that enabled the first shipment of the award winning color sensor, Nix Sensor announces a second crowdfunding campaign through Indiegogo. The new project ends on April 20, 2014, and will allow the company to manufacture a second batch of the Nix Sensor. The product is available at a discounted price through the campaign.
All funds raised through the Nix Sensor campaign will pay for the manufacturing of the device. The company expects a fast turnaround since they have already fulfilled an order once before. Backers can expect their new color-matching device delivered to them in May of this year.
Early bird supporters of the Indiegogo project will receive 50% off the retail price of the device. Only 100 slots are available for the early bird special. Other supporters receive the color sensor at 30% off.
The patent pending color sensor is compatible with iPhone, Android, PC, and Mac. It stores accurate color properties, which can be matched to real life color pigments. Colors of images or objects can be scanned and saved on the device with a swatch name and description. The swatch can then be viewed in any color model including RGB, CMYK, HSL, HSV, XYZ, HTML, and Lab. Next, the swatch can be converted to multiple mediums including wall paint, oil paint, makeup, watercolor, hobby paints, wood stain, automotive paint and more. Even crayon color can be selected for serious coloring book artists. Then, the user can select a particular brand of that medium. For instance, various brands of wall paint can be selected such as Behr, Sherwin-Williams, Ralph Lauren, etc. Once the color, medium type, and brand are selected, the user can search for a nearby store that sells the color product.
Nix Sensor is a perfect small device for interior designers, fine artists, makeup artists, architects, and anyone who deals with creating color services. The useful tool can replace bulky paint deck systems of various paint manufacturers, therefore saving money and space. To become a supporter, visit http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-nix-color-sensor-batch-2.
About Nix Sensor Ltd.:
Nix Sensor was developed by a team of three entrepreneurial engineers in an effort to create an accurate color sensor that works regardless of ambient lighting and human error. The company's team is made up of Matthew Sheridan, Andy Li, and James Strack and is located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. To view more about the new device and the company, visit http://www.nixsensor.com/.
Phone: 905 633 7332 (Canadian number)
SOURCE Nix Sensor Ltd.
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