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Browzwear unveils new version of VStitcher & Lotta design

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Oct '19
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Browzwear has released the new version of its VStitcher and Lotta design and workflow solutions. The latest version comes with new tools and features advancing the broader fashion digitisation efforts as well as helping apparel and technical designers work freely in virtual 3D, and manufacturers to produce perfectly, and more sustainably, in reality.

With a history of innovating technology and meeting the unique needs of the fashion industry by consulting with fashion designers and technical designers to determine their needs, Browzwear’s new product capabilities address the expressed need for a scalable workflow, the company said in a media statement.

Slash and spread enables easy addition or subtraction of any amount of fullness from designs with instant visualisation in photo-realistic 3D and real-time 2D pattern adjustments. Innovative fit correction supports accurate corrections of garment tension seen in 3D pressure maps and recommends adjustments to the corresponding 2D pattern to ensure fit without requiring a physical sample. Improved parametric avatars facilitates creation of avatars with customised measurements by allowing one parameter to be changed while others remain locked.

The 2D/3D vector workflows allows vector files created in Adobe Illustrator to be manipulated directly in Browzwear without quality loss or requiring switching between applications. Designers can make changes to the 2D vector and instantly visualise them on the 3D model. The finalised 2D file can also be sent directly to the manufacturer, ensuring error-free production.

Other improvements to the solutions in the new release include the ability to stitch 2D patterns in 3D, which enables a more intuitive garment creation and design process even by non-fashion pros. These features join those added in the last release, which included functions resulting in digital garments that look, drape and fit like real physical garments, and even view those garments in motion.

“Every bit of functionality in Browzwear’s solutions is created to enable healthier, more sustainable fashion businesses. We focus on streamlining workflows, connecting 2D and 3D views, making it easier to find and correct issues and ensuring the finished physical samples are right the first time. It’s our mission to help the industry to produce less and sell more by leveraging data-based insights and true-to-life digital garment twins,” Sharon Lim, co-founder and CEO of Browzwear said.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)


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