The Nendo Ruler Has Invisible Gradient Markings

By: Michael Nieto - Published: • References: nendo.jp & gizmodo
The Nendo ruler is a clear acrylic tool with markings that fade from white to black contrasted surfaces. The clever design focused on making its gradient metric markings visible as it fades on any colored surface. The simple usability of this ruler enables a neat way of seeing these markings.

This ruler would definitely come in handy for many designers and artists alike but also for any school children who would appreciate its use more to make the classroom a little more exciting. The way we can use rulers can now have an interesting and fun alternative. The Nendo ruler won't be available until April this year as it makes quite the unique metric tool for those who want to try something different. Stats for Invisibly Contrasted Rulers Trending: This Year & Mild
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