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Designed as a final project by Royal College of Art student Fiona O’Leary, Spector is a tool that digitally captures typefaces and colors from the real world. The handheld device is similar in size and shape to a standard stamper, but it can instantly save or convert anything you can physically see or touch into its closest digital counterpart. You can save colors or fonts that you find and instantly convert the information on your screen into the closet possible match while also gaining information about size, kerning, leading and where it can be purchased. If the color aspect is more your thing, you’ll get specific CMYK, RBG or Pantone values of whatever you scan with the Bluetooth-enabled device, and they’ll be loaded into the swatch palette. We can only hope that Fiona finds a way to take this concept project to production.
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