Game talkMiscSome links that caught my eye today

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Dec 072007
 

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  1. The 3D models allow factory specs to be generated automatically, minimizing errors.“ I’m interested in how IBM is going to do this. Perhaps I can get Dr. Pitman to explain what they’re doing. {Update: ViaRaph Koster’s blogI read a nice complementary article over on C|Net, “CAD software is the new black” (Link). Some of the company/software names sound familiar, and I suspect these are the same fashion software providers I found during my own research a few years ago.

  2. The 3D models allow factory specs to be generated automatically, minimizing errors.“ I’m interested in how IBM is going to do this. Perhaps I can get Dr. Pitman to explain what they’re doing. {Update: ViaRaph Koster’s blogI read a nice complementary article over on C|Net, “CAD software is the new black” (Link). Some of the company/software names sound familiar, and I suspect these are the same fashion software providers I found during my own research a few years ago.

  3. A Virtual World-Based PLM for the Fashion Industry {Updated}…

    Now this is interesting. From the SLNN site (Link):
    The Fashion Research Institute (FRI) in conjunction with IBM is developing a product lifecycle management solution for the fashion industry that specifically addresses the industry’s unique needs, …

  4. That article on fashion CAD/CAM is a bit misleading. The only one of interest, afaic, is the V-Stitcher app. And if you watch the demo, the virtual connection is especially apparent.

  5. Raph, “print on Demand” for the fashion industry has been around for at least 15 years now.

    I have been researching, teaching, retooling and devveloping coursework for Fashion/Textile Technology Design Product Development for 20 years now in an almost addictive way – so if you awant some feedback on that area – ask me.

    Here is my response to the “Cad software is the new black” article.
    http://fashiontech.wordpress.com/2007/12/08/fashion-virtual-technology/

    Mass Customization and Personalization is already here (I think that is what you meant to say) and Optitex is leading the pack.

    Just a few examples of their recent partners for MCP:
    http://www.niketeam.com/v2/new/builders/teamid/index.asp
    http://nikeid.nike.com/nikeid/index.jhtml#home
    http://www.virtualproductpresentation.com/>
    http://www.landsend.com/ix/index.html?store=le&action=newSearch&search=custom+jeans

  6. […] Via Raph Koster’s blog I read a nice complementary article over on C|Net, “CAD software is the new black” (Link). Some […]

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