Welcome to the "Colorclicker" colour-selection app offered by SPS bv. This unique colour-selection app has been developed to inspire, guide and support professionals and end-users in their search for the right colour. Simply photograph whatever you want to paint: living room or bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, office, office building, etc., then select a colour from an SPS colour fan, or another popular colour fan, and indicate which surface you want to colour. ColorClicker shows you the effect of your choice immediately! ColorClicker even makes allowance for shadow and the position of the light source! You can download the app via the App Store or from Google Play. The app is displayed best on a smartphone and Ipad. The resolution may be slightly lower on some Android tablets; this results in a less attractive display.
- Not sure whether your choice of colour will be right for a particular space? Take a well-lit photograph of the space, wall or façade that you want to paint, or select a photo from your album, touch the part of the photo that you want to paint and the app colours it in for you automatically using your choice of colour. This app even makes allowance for shadow and the position of the light source!
- Do you feel inspired by a colour in your surroundings? Take a photograph and the app indicates which colours are dominant in your picture.
- Select your colour and browse through our library to get an idea of how the colour looks in a living room or bedroom, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, on an exterior wall or in an office environment.
Colour inspiration was never so easy! From now on, you can see how your ideas for a paint scheme look beforehand!
- Colour in your own photos quickly and easily by just touching them with your finger
- No photo editing required beforehand
- Countless inspiration colours and trending colours
- View colours in a library of scenes and impressions
- Advice on colour combinations
- Choice from various colour charts
- Can be linked to a colour reader
- Nearest SPS sales outlets
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