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Human Solutions & NEATEK's body scanner for apparel retail
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May '13
During the Venice Biennale at the end of May, Human Solutions plans together with their French partner NEATEK a large luxury event at the hotel Bauer.

For the forthcoming Venice Art Biennale experimental luxury brand Aganovich will be collaborating with Venetian label Se-tecento to produce eight key looks. Over the past few seasons Paris-based Aganovich has included textiles in their collections that are dear to the Venetian tradition.

So it was with great excitement that an encounter with Setecento founder Alessandro Possati led to the prospect of further pursuing their interest in legacy fabric such as damask and brocade.

Given the poetic inclinations of the two brands it was only natural to choose the Art Biennale to present their collaboration.

Scheduled for the preview days on the 29th, 30th and 31st of May the 8 look line will be shown as an installation at the Bauer Hotel in conjunction with London-based artist Fritz Stolberg and the latest in body scanning technology from NEATEK. The ‘dark chamber’ body scanner will allow guests to scan their measurements directly to the manufacturer Bocage Avenir Couture.

Human Solutions – the worldwide market leader in body scanning technology – arranges a body scanner called Vitus Smart LC3, designed to generate precise 3-dimensional images of the human body.

This technology is can be utilized for a variety of applications in fields such as the retail clothing industry. VITUS Smart LC3 is based on optical triangulation, currently the most accurate method for touchless 3D imaging.

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