Pantone’s New Service Turns The World Into A Color Palette

Pantone’s New Service Turns The World Into A Color Palette

The app uses your phone's tech to create a mobile chip book that captures the shades and hues of your surroundings

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 5 august 2016

Have you ever seen a flower or a seat cushion or even a friend’s pet and wished you could get that exact color for your design needs? The famous color-matching company Pantone finally has a way for you to color match your world from your smartphone. Pantone Studio is a new app that allows users to take a photo and receive the RGB, CMYK, and Hex codes for each, as well as tells you what colors work with it. You can even connect to Photoshop in order to share the color information instantly.

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