Individual Fashion in the Digital Era by Tzlil Ross

2019

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In the year 2035 people are going to wear clothes that express their own, specific personality. Complicated algorithms will collect data from the user's digital behaviour and inspire the designer to create the garments – aided by body scanners, sewing robots and 3D software. The technology will reduce the cost of a wardrobe that reflects the user's life and preferences. Tzlil Ross presents a collection designed for London blogger, Julia Lundin, based on her life on social media, and a video describing the process seen from her perspective.

I år 2035 vil folk bære tøj, der udtrykker deres egen personlighed. Komplicerede algoritmer opsamler data fra brugerens digitale adfærd og inspirerer designeren til at kreere tøjet – hjulpet af kropsscannere, sy-robotter og 3D-software. Teknologien reducerer prisen for en garderobe, der afspejler brugerens liv og præferencer. Tzlil Ross præsenterer en kollektion, designet til London-bloggeren Julia Lundin, baseret på hendes liv på de sociale medier, og en video, der beskriver processen set fra hendes perspektiv.

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Meet Fashion Designer Tzlil Ross

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