Last week I discovered Carlings – and got totally amazed by their digital collection initiative!! Carlings is a Norwegian company founded in 1980 by Frank Varner; based on their sustainable DNA and thought-through values, they developed a digital collection which only exists digitally and will never be produced physically. Why would you do that? … Continue reading Digital only – this is Carlings.
With Vstitcher 8 coming out just last week and animation now being a new feature (wohoo) I gave it a go this weekend. My feedback: Fairly simple to use, geometries sometimes break from pose to pose and I needed several tries but without having to use any additional software I am quite satisfied with … Continue reading weekend’s animations
On October 11-12 the Product Innovation Apparel conference took place at the nhow hotel in Milan. The sold out event brought together numerous brands, individuals and tech companies to present and exchange experiences, projects and innovation around digitalization and innovation in the apparel industry. 3D, PLM, AI and AR/VR were the main discussion topics. It … Continue reading PI Apparel Milan 2018
Made with Browzwear’s #vstitcher #forthebrave #rugby #7s
Awesomesauce! The company lightform provides hard- and software to scan data and project it in AR – no need for retarded looking lenses anymore – yay! Not sure if you can actually import non-physical data (e.g. your non-existing 3D models), but you can scan any object and go from there. Cool stuff! Also kind of … Continue reading AR projection with Lightform’s technology
Been spending quite some time on this one, and still want to edit it further in other projects to come! #classics #trenchcoat #itsclo3d #modo
While I was in the middle of creating new poses in #clo3D (love its great usability!) I drifted off fooling around with the skeleton avatar – it just looked too funny :)) #foolingaround and #Icantstop #clo3d #avatar #posing
#ichbindannmalweg #cya Love love looooove ❤ the quality of alloverprint visualisation in Browzwear!
thank god it’s AOPs – realistic ones – finally! #alloverprints #3ddesign #lotta In the newer versions, Browzwear introduced a layering system for material groups. these enable you to put your print layer above your fabric layer whilst maintaining the fabrics structure. this way you don’t face the issue of structureless artworks anymore.
in love with CLO’s flatten function – being able to start designing directly on the body is what designers so often want and need. Bravo! #itsclo3d #true3ddesign