A group of students and staff members at Clemson University have created a study using accurate, and low-cost sensor technology to collect soil color data. The objective of this study was to develop a mobile application that would enable users to create their own soils database consisting of GPS location and soil color data gathered using the application with the Nix Pro. The content below will discuss background knowledge on this study, and show how the Nix Pro Color Sensor has been used to benefit the research and development of this mobile application. All original data and further details from this study can be read, and found at: Geoderma.
The Interior Design Show 2017 (IDS) was definitely a great way to kick-off the new year with so many unique booths, showcasing their latest and greatest products! IDS took place in Toronto, ON Canada between January 19-22 at the Metro Convention Centre. Although we were not an exhibitor this year, we still had a blast walking the show and interacting with multiple designers and suppliers. Take a look at some of the color and design trends at IDS this year!
Color matching can be tough, especially when trying to gauge the difference between two colors by eye. This happens in a lot of industries including Interior Design, Industrial Manufacturing, Digital Design – you name it! And it’s no different in the kitchen.
High Point Market is the largest home fashions show in the world, bringing together more than 2,000 exhibitors in High Point, North Carolina. We had the opportunity to experience the exciting world of home furnishings while exploring exceptional showrooms filled with the top trends in interior design.
The Interior Design Show took place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada between January 21-24. As an exhibitor, we had a blast meeting hundreds of designers, suppliers, and students over the course of the weekend. However, we couldn’t resist sneaking out of our booth with a Nix Pro and a camera to capture the best colors of the show.
On December 2-3 in Toronto (Canada), the Nix team had a great time exhibiting at IIDEX 2015, an industry-only trade show for interior designers, architects, and the construction sector.
As always, we went out on the trade show floor with a Nix Pro Color Sensor looking for cool colors, interesting companies, and nice people… the good news is that we found plenty of all three!
Here’s what caught our eye from this year’s show;
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!
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.