Sherwin Williams Uses Google Glass to Turn the Real World Into Paint Colors

New Glassware Fuses Glass's Camera With Sherwin Williams's Color Matching Technology

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With Sherwin Williams's new Google Glass app, consumers can turn everyday items into paint colors with nothing more than a wink or a voice command. Created by digital agency Resource, the app, called ColorSnap Glass, combines Glass's built-in camera with Sherwin Williams's color recognition technology. Google Glass -- or simply Glass -- is a mobile computing device worn like a pair of glasses, with a screen placed in front of the user's right eye. Read more about it in behind the work.
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Oct 01, 2013
Matthew Santone
Sherwin Williams
Application Architect:
Toby Miller
Application Architect:
Eric McGary
Director of Technology:
Kris Schultz
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