by Leanne Luce
It seems timely today, on the eve of Earth Day, to post an article about a project that captures so much of what drew me to technology many years ago. The “Names Dress” is a 3D printed gown by Sylvia Heisel on exhibition for 1 year at the Ferragamo Museum.
by Leanne Luce
“Make it Work” showcases the stories of young innovators as they figure out how to build technology to solve problems in their own lives and in the lives of people in their communities. The 4-part documentary series highlights the fact that innovation some times happens in what could be considered unexpected places.
By Julia Krantz, Magic Fabric
Will designers be replaced by algorithms in the future of fashion?
by Carver Wilcox
HEISEL is pioneering new territory by developing a work-flow and manufacturing system for 3D printed apparel. Sylvia Heisel, founder and designer, has been named one of the "25 Forward Thinkers Defining the Future of Fashion”, "Top 100 Women in Wearable and Consumer Tech" and "12 Amazing People You Need To Know In New York Fashion Tech".
If you missed it, last month we posted an article about how easy it is to remove the smart tag from the smart garments of Tommy Jeans new Xplore collection.
This week, Buzzfeed released the video we’ve been working on about hacking the Tommy Hilfiger Xplore Garment on Youtube. We hope you enjoy it!
Spirit & Glitch is a new fashion brand at the forefront of creativity and artificial intelligence (AI). The brand was created by artist and engineer Alex Maki-Jokela (who usually goes by "Maki"). Each design is a careful union of artist intention and machine-driven manipulations using neural networks.
Startups have entered the eyewear arena and the value proposition is too good to walk away from. We tried 3 different eyewear startups. Here's what we thought...
The first time I heard of Mastodon was over a year ago and I really did not understand it. I had a few assumptions: it's a bunch of small disjointed twitters, it's invite only, and it's a pain to use. Wrong, wrong, and wrong. In this post we're going to tackle: 3 myths, 3 reasons to join, and point you to 3 articles where you can learn more. Ready?