The first Computational Fashion book is now available! Buy it on Amazon for just $16 or download a free PDF. Computational Fashion: Topics in Fashion and Wearable Technology is a survey of issues explored during Eyebeam’s Computational Fashion events in 2012-14. The book features excerpts from panel discussions and presentations covering 3D printed fashion, smart textiles, energy harvesting, intellectual property, and other issues impacting designers and entrepreneurs in this emerging field.
Edited by Paul Amitai & Sabine Seymour
Duann Scott, Shapeways
Joris Debo, Materialise
Bradley Rothenberg & Gabi Asfour, threeASFOUR
Bryce Beamer, Adidas
Becky Stern, Adafruit Industries
Genevieve Dion, Drexel University
Juan Hinestroza, Cornell University
Ariele Elia, The Museum at FIT
Titania Inglis, fashion designer
Jamal Motlagh, Acustom Apparel
Dan Steingart, Princeton University
John Kymissis, Columbia University
Amanda Parkes, Skinteractive Studio
Jonathan Askin, Brooklyn Law School
Nigel Howard, Covington & Burling
Sarah Scaturro, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Liz Bacelar, Decoded Fashion
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