Fashion tech journalist Amanda Cosco gives you an up-close look at Muse, the brain-sensing headband that trains your brain for mindfulness by monitoring the electrical activity of your brain. This wearable device interfaces with your smartphone to translate your thoughts into soundscapes, enabling you to better understand when your mind has wandered and equipping you with the tools to be more present
Designers Rochambeau + Rebecca Minkoff release items of connected clothing, a startup offers a personal safety device, and a spectacular show made possible by Intel and 360Fashion Network at the spring festival in Beijing. It's Friday, February 3rd and here's what you need to know in #FashionTech
Fashion Tech journalist Amanda Cosco looks at the smart home as presented at CES 2017 with a specific focus on how artificial intelligence is poised to transform every crevice of personal life
Hands on with the new Link AKC Smart Collar for dogs, now available for pre-order. This GPS-enabled collar tracks your dogs fitness, health, and location and pairs with a companion app.
Self-checkouts were the talk of the town this week with Amazon's introduction of Amazon Go and Rebecca Minkoff's collaboration with QueueHop. Experts predict that by 2020 we'll be 3D printing our own clothing at home, and a few fashion tech announcements. It's Friday, December 9th and here's what you need to know this week in #FashionTech
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Fashion Tech Journalist Amanda Cosco takes you inside MakeFashion, a high-tech, high-fashion runway show in Calgary, Alberta. Make Fashion asks us to consider wearable technology beyond the wrist, and reveals what’s possible when our clothing is equipped with new communicative capacities. More than 100 artists, designers, and makers collaborated to produce 50 one-of-a-kind wearable art pieces that incorporate new technologies such as sensors, 3D printing, and projection mapping.
From CES 2016: On our hunt for fashion tech at North America's largest consumer electronics show, we find Liz Bacelar of Decoded Fashion. She talks to us about why the future of fashion is the past.
Amanda Cosco scours the show floor at CES 2016 for what's new and next at the intersection of fashion and tech. Here's what she found.