3D scanning shapes the future of childrenswear
Childrenswear designers and retailers will be able to design and make better fitting clothes for British children from four to seventeen years thanks to 3D scanning of children by researchers at the University of Hertfordshire.
Concerns raised about airline boarding pass barcodes
Estonian robots boost global online clothing market
Fashion fans have one more reason to swap brick-and-mortar shops for online retailers: a company in tech-savvy Estonia has come up with a way to let you try on new clothes on your own computer.
World-first discovery of hybrid sharks off Australia's east coast
(PhysOrg.com) -- Hybrid black tip shark containing both Common and Australian black tip DNA.
New world record for Danish nano researchers
Researchers at the Nano-Science Center at the University of Copenhagen have recently moved a big step closer to understanding chemical processes. Their world record comes from tracking the biggest contraction in an inorganic ...
Seabird campaign highlights value of species identification
(PhysOrg.com) -- The identification and classification of species (taxonomy) and its value as a scientific discipline has been brought into focus with the continuing fight to save an endangered seabird from ...
Studying the female form: Math could lead to sexier lingerie, safer labcoats
Researchers in Japan have turned to mathematics to build a computerized 3D model of the female trunk that could help lingerie and other clothes designers make more sensuous, comfortable, and better fitting product ranges.