"Red Hat developer Richard Hughes, who started implementing the
GNOME Color Manager in 2009, launched a small company last year to
sell an open source colorimeter--a hardawre device that is used to
perform color calibration. The Linux-compatible device, which is
called the ColorHug, will retail for £60 (early adopters can
currently order it at a sale price of £48). He has already
received a few hundred orders and is building more units to meet
the unexpected demand."
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