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.
On February 27, Nix Sensor Ltd. was recognized by the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers and the Hamilton/Halton Engineering Week Committee with the 2016 Award for Engineering Project of the Year in the Innovative Project Category.
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.
At Nix Sensor Ltd., we’re lucky to work with professionals in many different industries who use the Nix Pro to work with color (or colour, as we spell it here in Canada). One of our users is David Poholko, a drafter & designer with the Ontario Science Centre and the set designer of “The Trial of Judith K.“, a Toronto-based production running from January 28 – February 14, 2016.
How connected color measurement devices are changing the way we track color trends and color quality
Throughout history, color has been the domain of the artists and creative people in our society, like painters, architects, and designers. Aside from a well-developed understanding of color theory, decisions about color are made largely on intuition or taste. However, in today’s world, color decisions can have economic consequences, not just aesthetic ones.
For example, when you need to match a paint color on your wall, verify that brochures have your company colors correct, or even determine if an avocado is ripe or not, using intuition instead of data can be costly as well as unsightly. And if you’re a fruit producer that exports thousands of pounds of avocados on a weekly basis, misjudging the ripeness of your crop can have a serious impact on your bottom line.
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;
Nix Pro App Update: Expanded paint libraries, vinyl signage color libraries, new color systems for computer graphics!
With the Nix Pro in use by designers and experts in over 30 countries so far, we’ve been getting a lot of fantastic feedback about what you’d like to see us come out with next.
Here’s what you’ll find in Version 2.4 just in time for the holidays:
A way to find the perfect paint to match any surface.
One of the biggest requests we’ve been getting from users is to expand our interior paint library to include more leading paint manufacturers. We’ve done just that, with many more paint collections to follow in future updates.
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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