One of the key problems faced by a designer is the distribution of text on a page - the font, its size, colour and weight. This is amplified by the number of physical prints a designer needs to take to understand the best typography.
Spector is a tiny gadget which incorporates a camera that captures fonts and colour at the tap of a button, and then passes it on to Adobe InDesign (the most popular magazine design app). It was developed by Fiona O’Leary as her graduation project from the Royal College of Art.
The device is still in prototype stage but we hope we can purchase one soon enough.
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