Artificial intelligence


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3D Tech Fest 2023, a free three-day virtual global conference, happening from September 26th-28th, 2023, promises to refefine the fusion of fashion and ... By  Christine Heywood

Virtual try-on solution developed by Zyler. © Zyler

01/08/2023 – Anthropics Technology

Anthropics Technology

John Lewis unveils Zyler Virtual Try-On for fashion rental

Anthropics Technology, the creator of Zyler virtual try-on, has partnered with John Lewis, one of the leading department stores in the UK, and rental specialist ... By  Christine Heywood

Illustration of the improved process flow based on the use of an ANN for parameter correlation. © Hochschule Niederrhein

22/07/2022 – Digitalization of textile production machines

Digitalization of textile production machines

Using AI to develop textile products efficiently

At the Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences, research is being conducted on a system that calculates machine parameters on the basis of material ... Lennart Hellweg

Multi-channel sales via analog and virtual worlds – The Adidas flagship store Shanghai opened in November 2018. With launch date of December 17, 2021, Adidas is also operating in the metaverse. © Adidas

14/07/2022 – Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Status quo in the Fashion Arena

textile network’s correspondent Yvonne Heinen-Foudeh shades some light on where the fashion and apparel segments stands to adopt A.I. related technologies. By  Yvonne Heinen-Foudeh

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Gries and his team at the ITA Institute, Aachen, Germany, are working on various textile-related AI applications. © ITA/Winandy

05/04/2022 – Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Change is inevitable – Re-invention optional

textile network has already been able to introduce some first application examples around Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the textile/clothing segment. By  Yvonne Heinen-Foudeh

The mobile robot system can be used in the futureTex research and test area of the STFI for loading and unloading various processing machines. © Falko Schubert/STFI

11/05/2020 – Robotics in the textile industry – part 3

Robotics in the textile industry – part 3

Mobile robots and grippers for textile substrates

In the third and at the same time last part we take a look at mobile robots and the possibilities of gripping. By  Editorial staff

Robot movements can be taught by guiding the robot head. © Franka Emika GmbH

26/03/2020 – Robotics in the textile industry – Part 2

Robotics in the textile industry – Part 2

Programming of industrial robots

No industrial robot is immediately ready to perform the tasks assigned to it after delivery. This requires programming the robot controller. By  Editorial staff