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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

Published on Oct 01, 2013

Editor's Pick

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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Credits

Date
Oct 01, 2013
Agency:
Resource
CD:
Matthew Santone
Client:
Sherwin Williams
Application Architect:
Toby Miller
Application Architect:
Eric McGary
Director of Technology:
Kris Schultz

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