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Ken Butts presents "ULTRA-PORTABLE COLOR MEASUREMENT – A Spectro in Your Pocket?"

  • 28 Jan 2020
  • 2:00 AM - 3:00 PM

ISCC is pleased to announce our latest webinar. Ken Butts, of Datacolor, ispresenting "ULTRA-PORTABLE COLOR MEASUREMENT – A Spectro in Your Pocket?"

Abstract

With the introduction of ultra-portable color measuring devices, the need for designers to purchase garments – or discreetly cut a corner – may be coming to an end. The promise of these devices is that designers can easily measure inspiration colors at the fashion show or in the 

competitor’s store and quickly determine whether or not the color is in their own library or available from a color standards provider. This session will review the possibilities and limitations of ultra-portable color measurement, not only for design but as a potential low-cost QC tool for some supply chains.

Speaker Bio

Ken Butts is a graduate of NC State University with a BS in Textile Chemistry. He has spent 27 years at Datacolor in various technical and product management roles helping customers in the retail/apparel industry implement digital color management solutions. Ken is currently Global Key Account Team Director at Datacolor. Over the years he has been a frequent speaker at AATCC events including the annual Color Management Workshop. He has also been guest lecturer for textile and apparel departments of multiple US universities.

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