The Device that Lets You Precisely Identify the Font and Color Styles


Royal College of Art student Fiona O’Leary has designed and created a very innovative piece of hardware called Spector that allows designers, artists or anyone interested in colour and typefaces to capture, record and use fonts and colour they may discover.

Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about this unique device which is currently in its concept stage of development and is capable of detecting colours and providing specific CYMK, RGB or Pantone values.

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