By  on July 6, 2016

Until now, the barrier for entry for creating fashion technology has been high. A designer must possess not only traditional cut-and-sew skills, but also the knowhow for integrating computer components into clothing.

Then there’s the software piece. Assuming a designer wants their garment to perform (read: work), they’d need to know how to code, which is about as easy as learning a new language. And all this was just to create a single concept piece — never mind the challenges of scaling and bringing one’s product to market.

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