Scientists Document Rare Color Changing Spider for the First Time

Just when you thought you knew every kind of color changing critter that existed nature keeps finding ways to surprise you. Most of us are more than familiar with the color changing abilities of certain animals like the chameleon and octopus. But did you know that certain spiders can also use adaptable camouflage to change their colors as well? Well, now you do! Learn more >




New Tinted Glasses Give Color to Those With CVD

Sometimes some of the most amazing discoveries happen by accident. Individuals with color vision deficiency, particularly red-green color vision deficiency (CVD), experience little less color than those with normal vision. But now through a happy accident, a new kind of glasses lens called, EnChroma Cx-65, most individuals with CVD are now able to see the colors Red and Green. Learn more >


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Why Flowers Have Color

Like humans, flowers inherit their appearance from genes. Pigments are born into these plants, producing a range of colors across the spectrum. The same chemical, carotenoid, that produces pigment in tomatoes and carrots, also produces yellow, red, or orange color in certain flowers. Another chemical, anthocyanin, is responsible for producing red, pink, blue, and purple-colored flower petals. While many people see these plants as purely decorative, flowers aren't colorful just to be pretty - they need their color for survival. View now >


Smart Glass Advancements Create Weather Controlled Color Changing Window

Wind turbine and solar technology have been at the vanguard of “green” energy innovation for many years, with numerous other technologies popping up as research continues. Now green tech includes amazing generators that run on tidal currents and clean biofuel transportation like nitrogen and electric powered cars. Read more >



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> Scientists Document Rare Color Changing Spider for the First Time

> New Tinted Glasses Give Color to Those With Color Vision Deficiency

> Why Flowers Have Color

> Smart Glass Advancements Create Weather Controlled Color Changing Window




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CR-400 Chroma Meter

The CR-400 Chroma Meter is a handheld, portable measurement instrument designed to evaluate the color of objects, particularly with smoother surface conditions or minimal color variation. Through standard or customized evaluation formulas, this high accuracy, reliable colorimeter helps users control the color quality, consistency, and appearance of their samples in a more efficient, streamlined process internally and throughout the supply chain. Learn more >




Konica Minolta's CR-400 & CR-410 Colorimeters.

In this video, we provide an overview of the CR-400 and CR-410 Chroma Meters which are portable measurement instrument designed to evaluate the color of objects, particularly with smoother surface conditions or minimal color variation. This high accuracy, reliable colorimeter helps users control the color quality, consistency, and appearance of their samples. Watch video >


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