Objectively Measure and Digitally Communicate the Color of the "Unmeasurables"

The Datacolor SpectraVision solution enables manufactures to consistently perform repeatable color measurements for the multi-colored and/or textured materials.

This solution combines an advanced hyperspectral spectrophotometer with formulation and quality control software to measure, formulate, analyze, report, communicate, and visualize accurate color results.

Ideal for these applications


Flooring and wall covering

Carpet, wood, engineered stone/marble, mottled sandstone, stucco, wall paper

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Matching for transparent/translucent stains

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Packaging and line printing

Automotive components, appliance parts, labels

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Building material

Roof shingles, textured siding, counter tops, wood, concrete

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Paint and coatings

Specialty pigments and coatings

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Textile and Apparel

Prints, lace, trim and other unmeasurable

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  • Improve product quality with objective color evaluation
  • Increase efficiency by reducing the steps to match color
  • Reduce cost and waste with fewer test trials
  • Fast and accurate color formulation based on digital measurement data

What does it do


Successful color separation of textured and multi-colored samples


Calculates the percentage of coverage in the measurement area for any given color


Generates full reflectance curves for the distinct sample colors


Complete backward compatibility with Datacolor benchtop instruments

Seeing is believing

Send us your multi-color or textured samples.

We will measure them and share the digital data files with your, so you can see it for yourself.


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Datacolor’s Problem Solver, Jeff Watts

At Datacolor, we understand that every customer is unique. One could even say our customers are comparable to – wait for it – colors! Each color on the spectrum is different.

What Color Is Your Product and
Why Can’t We Just All Agree?

When it comes to the color of a product, it is often hard to get consensus. This is because visual color assessment or using humans exclusively for color evaluation will have some significant limitations.

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