HAMILTON, ON – November 26, 2015 –Matthew Sheridan, inventor of the Nix Pro Color Sensor and President and CEO of Nix Sensor Ltd., was named Ontario’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year at the 2015 Ontario Business Achievement Awards on the evening of November 25. The Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, presented by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, is awarded to a young Ontario entrepreneur who has successfully built a unique and game-changing venture.
Meet Rio. He’s in his late teens. He loves peanuts, walnuts, and cashews, and is also fond of pizza, wings, and pasta (just like his parents, Jackie & James Spackman). He speaks a little, says “Hello” and “I Love You”, and is learning to fly!
At Nix Sensor Ltd., we’re lucky to work with professionals in many different industries who use the Nix Pro to capture & record color. One of our users is Danny Dávila, who works in the Film & Television Industry and uses the Nix Pro while location scouting. In particular, he is the Production Designer for Season 3 of Graceland and Season 1 of Complications (USA Network).
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The Bruce Trail is Canada’s oldest footpath, and stretches the entire length (450 miles) of the Niagara Escarpment (a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve). It is one of the most beautiful places to be in Canada during the autumn months.
We went out with the Nix Pro Color Sensor to source colors for some fall palettes using hues taken straight from nature. Since the Nix Pro is small and lightweight, it fits easily in your pocket and is a welcome companion on any hike. By linking with an app on your smartphone, it measures the exact color of a surface and saves it for later in a matter of seconds, and can even provide best matches in paint brands like Benjamin Moore and Sherwin-Williams without having to bring items to the paint store. It’s like a tape measure for color.
Want to look at all the colors we found on our hike? Click here to see them.