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ECCO steps into customised footwear with 3D printing – World Footwear

via ECCO steps into customised footwear with 3D printing Danish shoe manufacturer ECCO combines 3D scanning and 3D printing to realise fully customised sneakers in just a few hours   3D printing is far from a novelty in the footwear industry. Big names such as Nike and adidas have been using 3D printing for some…

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How 3D Printing Is Leading To A Creative Explosion In Sneaker Style

How 3D Printing Is Leading To A Creative Explosion In Sneaker Style

via How 3D Printing Is Leading To A Creative Explosion In Sneaker Style by Allison Sanchez 3D printing pushes the boundaries of our imagination on a regular basis. From the ability to print prosthetic limbs to the giant machines printing actual buildings to the possibility of printing human tissue to replace organs in transplants, the…

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Profiting from Personalization: How Companies are Cashing in on the Demand for Customized Products

Profiting from Personalization: How Companies are Cashing in on the Demand for Customized Products- Apparel Magazine

via By Ginny Mumm Profiting from Personalization: How Companies are Cashing in on the Demand for Customized Products Like many consumers throughout the nation, especially Millennials, Becca Malkin likes to purchase products that reflect her own individual tastes and preferences. A 20-year-old college student at Chapman University in Orange, California, she has no intention of…

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Retail’s Adapt-Or-Die Moment: How Artificial Intelligence Is Reshaping Commerce- CB Insights

via Retail’s Adapt-Or-Die Moment: How Artificial Intelligence Is Reshaping Commerce Traditional and new-school retailers alike are using AI and robotics to automate various parts of the retail chain, from manufacturing to last-mile delivery. Retail is under pressure to crack the AI code. After all, corporations in every industry are scrambling to adapt and integrate artificial…

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Nike takes gamification to the next level with sneaker try-on game – Retaildive

via author: Daphne Howland @daphnehowland Dive Brief: Nike China and Wieden + Kennedy Shanghai have teamed up to produce a three-minute game that allows customers to try out Nike’s Epic React shoes on a treadmill in stores in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and Chengdu, Adweek reports. Customers trying out the shoes create an avatar to navigate…

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Innovation in Textiles: Digital technology as a driver of sustainable innovation

via Innovation in Textiles Digital technology as a driver of sustainable innovation by Anne Prahl The emergence of new digital tools and technologies for the apparel and footwear industry provides designers, brands, manufacturers and retailers with exciting sustainable innovation opportunities, which cover the entire product lifecycle from design and development, manufacturing, sales and consumer use…

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Dell, Nike, Meta and Ultrahaptics Vision for Future of Design

Dell, Nike, Meta and Ultrahaptics Vision for Future of Design

via Del Dell, Nike, Meta and Ultrahaptics Vision for Future of Design Dell, Nike, Meta and Ultrahaptics push the boundaries on immersive creativity. Today, we can deliver a more natural creative canvas so designers can focus on their vision – not the technology itself. Dell Canvas is the precursor to a future that will use…

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Smart Factory: Top 5 Trends Shaping Manufacturing’s Future- VAMP

via vampfootwear.com Flex Says These Will be the Top 5 Trends Shaping Manufacturing’s Future by Tara Donaldson If your manufacturing isn’t optimized for today’s digital ways, it might as well be in the Dark Ages. Whether it’s Industry 4.0, Sourcing 4.0, the factory of the future—it’s clear that companies are shifting their means of production…

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Your Next Running Shoes Will Be Custom-Built for You

Your Next Running Shoes Will Be Custom-Built for You- FORTUNE

via fortune.com Your Next Running Shoes Will Be Custom-Built for You By Phil Wahba After he attaches sensors to my ankles, shins, and knees, a technician at Brooks, the Seattle running shoe maker, asks me to do a series of knee bends and run a few steps on a treadmill equipped with a camera. The…

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Mike Friton - Foot comes first

The Art of (Shoe) Last making- Foot comes first

Mike Friton, one of the original members of Nike’s Innovation Kitchen and responsible for famous Nike styles like the Presto and the Nike Woven, talks about the issues with shoe lasts that can hinder free movement of the foot. Mike Friton – Foot comes first  

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