Palette Cube (Arctic White)

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Palette
Palette Cube (Arctic White)
Key Features
  • Record Any Color, Anywhere
  • Stores L*a*b*, RGB, CMYK, HEX, LRV Data
  • Stores Ambient Light and Temperature
  • Match to Color and Paint Databases
Capture colors on the go with the arctic white Palette Cube. This portable device allows you to record ambient light, temperature, and color data for any physical object. Simply place your Cube on the color you'd like to record and press the button, and the Cube stores all the data needed to reproduce that exact color. It can store up to 20 colors internally, as well as connecting to the Cube smartphone app via Bluetooth 4.0. The Cube also syncs in real time with Adobe Creative Cloud for use with Illustrator and Photoshop, including built-in libraries like Pantone.
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Does this device have Apple drivers at this point? Work with Apple OS version of Photoshop?
Asked by: Paul
CubeLink is available for Mac now. It can be downloaded here:<a href= http://palette.com/downloads.html target= _blank >http://palette.com/downloads.html</a>
Answered by: Dana G.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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How exactly does this device import its data into Photoshop? I can find no Photoshop plugin or extension available to accomplish this task.
Asked by: Anonymous
You should be able to sync the data to Photoshop with the Cube Link software. If you do not have the software, you can download it directly from the manufacturer website. Please note that the software is currently only compatible with Windows.
Answered by: Geoffrey N.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Will it read color coordinates from a monitor's screen or a piece of stained glass? I understand that the sample would have to be uniformly colored over more than the half-inch sensor size. This would be very useful to compare colors on a monitor vs prints from commercial labs vs a print from your own printer.
Asked by: Donald
Yes, it will work on any surface.
Answered by: Dana G.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Can I use this in conjunction with a calibrated Lightroom workflow, capturing clothing with DSLR and then matching to the specific color of the subject?
Asked by: Jeff M.
Currently this device is only compatible with Adobe Photoshop. Please contact the developer directly for details regarding ADOBE Lightroom:<a href= http://support.palette.com/hc/en-us target= _blank >http://support.palette.com/hc/en-us</a>
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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