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  Photogrammetry is a method of creating 3D models using photographs. It has been used by artists and designers for centuries, and now also by fashion designers. The technology allows us to create accurate representations of clothing that would otherwise be

Janis Sne was working at a fashion studio in Amsterdam when he first was introduced to 3D software by his colleague Clement Balavoine. He was so blown away that he left his job as a fashion designer to go full-time

Creating convincing digital humans has traditionally been hard, slow, and expensive. With MetaHuman Creator, the time to create a unique digital human of the highest quality, complete with hair and clothing, is slashed. Here is a first look at the

Since its founding in early 2000 the studio has kept pushing boundaries in crafting 3D imagery and building their very own visual universe. Berlin-based Zeitguised clearly blurs the line between art and commercial work. Their artistic exploration catapulted them into becoming

His pieces have managed to catch millions of people’s attention with a singular ability to turn something as uncharged as animated fabrics into something seductive - as well as sexually explicit. Marc Ferrer Vives, aka @msistema, born in Spain, now

“We want to show a completely new way to produce and sell fashion. Another world is possible” says Atacac founder Richard Lindqvist. With a renowned career as a fashion designer running his own studio as well as consulting mega brands

Online fashion retailer Zalando has teamed up with Google, using machine learning to create a new virtual fashion experience letting shoppers create their own designs in 3D. The initiative called Project Muze uses a neural network trained with design preferences

Customizable characters or the ability to create your very own avatar is a well known element in video games. Major game studios are even creating customization interfaces that are reminiscent of a real world fitting room including the ability to

Kate Moss will have to look for a new job - the instant media response after a Manchester Metropolitan University  press release suggesting a new virtual direction in fashion. Runway models are replaced by digital replicas - "near-faultless copies"  that need no sleep

Team of creatives at Thomas Traum, a Swiss agency for digital innovation teamed up with British fashion designer Cristopher Raeburn to land this magic fashion concept for his S/S collection. Titled "Meridian" the movie clearly crosses that mind tickling border