Dressed in code

Miss America Pageant, Miss Georgia Patricia Ford, Georgia Tech Students, Computer-Coded Shoes

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New Fabric Uses Sun and Wind to Power Devices

September 13, 2016

Fabrics that can generate electricity from physical movement have been in the works for a few years. Now researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology have taken the next step, developing a fabric that can simultaneously harvest energy from both sunshine and motion. http://www.news.gatech.edu/2016/09/13/new-fabric-uses-sun-and-wind-power-devices

Georgia Institute of Technology research develop fabric harvest energy sun light motion - Fashion Designers India - Shakti Saran

Miss America Pageant, Miss Georgia Patricia Ford, Georgia Tech Students, Computer-Coded Shoes

September 8, 2016

Miss Georgia Patricia Ford is the second Yellow Jacket in two years to represent Georgia at the Miss America pageant, but she’ll be the first contestant in history to wear a pair of computer-coded shoes and they were made by students here at Georgia Tech. — http://www.news.gatech.edu/features/crowning-achievement

Miss America Pageant, Miss Georgia Patricia Ford, Georgia Tech Students, Computer-Coded Shoes

Dressed in code

September 8, 2015

Source: http://googleblog.blogspot.in/2015/09/made-with-code-zac-posen.html

Increasingly, the worlds of fashion and technology are becoming intertwined—from wristbands that track your heart rate to responsive fabrics that adjust to your temperature. And just like you can sew together different pieces of fabric to make a dress, or choose different items from your closet to create an unexpected outfit, you can also put together code to make something that’s never existed before.

Today, as New York’s Fashion Week kicks off, fashion and technology are coming together in a new way. Made with Code and ZAC Zac Posen are teaming up to show how computer science can push the boundaries of what’s possible in the world of fashion. A dress designed by Zac Posen and with designs coded online by teen girls will debut as the finale look of Zac’s show—and hopefully inspire young girls who have an interest in fashion to see what code can help them create. See more in the article link.

Made with Code Google - Fashion Designers India

Evolving the Google Identity

Source: https://design.google.com/articles/evolving-the-google-identity/

My comment after going through the article: Google’s brilliance shines not only through such likable and usable elements but also through its article about them. Thank You for sharing the variety of details which I think would help many designers to do even better like how I use Google daily for a variety of my search including for critical work. The videos help me to more easily see the genius at work. I also look forward to when G+ would reach the next level of value. I use it daily and I look forward to keep making better use of it. Best!Google - Fashion Designers India

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