Modeclix

This is the first 3D printed textile that moves like a fabric and has the fluidity to drape, representing a breakthrough in 3D printing for the fashion industry.

Organisation details

modeclix-logo
Type:
Fashtech
Website:
www.herts.ac.uk/digitalhacklab/modeclix

Shaun Borstrock, Associate Dean for Business and Innovation at the University of Hertfordshire Digital Hack Lab is the architect behind the project, which has been created in collaboration with renowned 3D specialist and London-based designer Mark Bloomfield (electrobloom).

As fashion and technology collide, London continues to be a leading innovator in the fashion space. The city attracts a transformative future: one where multifaceted disciplines, organisations and individuals are all contributing to define the future of fashion.

Shaun Borstrock and Mark Bloomfield, Modeclix

The modeclix project represents a leap forward for the fashion industry - with products that are uniquely customisable and wearable.

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