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“The design studio Nervous System has created a novel process that allows a 3-D printed dress to move and sway like real fabric. The bespoke software behind it, called Kinematics, combines origami techniques with novel approaches to 3-D printing, pushing the technology’s limits.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - 3D Design Dress by Nervous System
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“Fresh off its 3-D printing experiment with a measly 6 stores last year, UPS is now offering 3-D printing at 100 stores nationwide. If you’ve ever wanted your very own tiny thing made out of plastic, your hour is here.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - UPS 3D Printing

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Rachel Roy on the Only “Celebrity” She Cares About Dressing
Rachel Roy’s opting for a digital show instead of a runway show. Racked has more, including the only celebrity she wants to wear her namesake label.

Kimberly Ovitz RTW Fall 2013
Kimberly Ovitz’s A/W 13 collection showcases cocoon layering, some abstract prints and a slight futuristic bent with silver, space-age pieces, 3-D printed by Shapeways. WWD posted a slideshow of the looks.

Second Screen App Provides Real-Time Subtitles For Brazilian TV
A new service provides subtitles for Brazilian TV shows in any language by combining closed captioning technology and Google Translate. PSFK features the startup.

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Retailing 2013: Fashion and Tech Trends to Watch
Zappos Lab’s director Will Young shares his top fashion and tech retail trends for 2013 — including big data, mobile and 3-D printing — with Forbes.

Fashion 2.0: Online Vintage Heats Up
Business of Fashion looks at the sudden surge of activity in the online resale of vintage and worn fashion goods. What are the challenges and what is the long-term impact of this wave of startups?

Google Glass (And Sergey Brin) Ride the NYC Subway
Google Glasses spotted on the 3-train! “Wearable computing enthusiast” Noah Zerkin apparently looked up at the seat opposite him on a NYC subway to find Google Glasses co-founder Sergey Brin sporting his now-trademark eye wear. Reported by Mashable.
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