139 – Sarah McVittie of Dressipi – Personal Edit

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Dressipi’s personalized fashion solutions…

Sarah McVittie of DressipiSarah McVittie (bio), Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Dressipi (link) (a leading B2B provider of one-to-one personalization solutions for the fashion industry), joins Pavan Bahl, Marc Raco and Rob Sanchez.

McVittie reviews the genesis of the business and name, how Dressipi’s solution increases revenue and reduces return rates, and creating a style edit. Snack Time is honored, acting as a stylist and creating data points, and the expert system the stylists bring.

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Augmented Reality – Demo of Atheer’s AR glasses and Air Suite platform

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We recorded the Atheer Air Suite demo.

After completing the interview with Atheer (link) CEO Alberto Torres [Episode 138], Marc and Rob observed a demo of the company’s intriguing enterprise solution for augmented reality, their AR glasses and accompanying “AiR Suite”.

We decided to record audio during the demo, and Atheer has agreed to us sharing it here. You can also see a bit of video from the demonstration below.

 

 

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138 – Alberto Torres of Atheer – Computing, The Next Generation

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Augmented reality glass as an enterprise solution from Atheer …

Alberto Torres of Atheer joins Fashion Is Your Business podcast

Alberto Torres (bio), CEO of Atheer (link) (enterprise solutions based on smart glasses and augmented reality), joins Marc Raco and Rob Sanchez and guest host Nataliya Makulova.

A new form of computing, FIST and super powers

Torres discusses how Atheer is ready to start shipping commercially the full release of first generation augmented reality glasses that allow the user see content from a mobile device and interact via gestures, voice and head tracking. He positions it as a perfect solution for “deskless professionals” such as in aircraft repair and inspection, medical uses, and in manufacturing. How the technology can solve problems, and is a significant innovation for mobile computing, and answers the opportunity to Atheer 2change the way computing is done. The issue with the small screens of mobile phones as not practical in some situations (i.e. when using hands etc.), and the availability of rich images, hands free interaction, contextual experiences which depend on what one is looking at, and how a lot of intelligence is fundamentally creating a new form of computing. Torres reveals how complex jobs in the field can’t use traditional forms of computing, and how Atheer focuses on the concept of Fix, Assemble, Survey and Treat (FIST). TheAtheer 4 reasons why an AR solution like this can enable companies to save enormous amounts of money, reinvent businesses to change processes, and provide them with “super powers”. Plus, relevant applications for the fashion business in designs and manufacturing. Finally, Snack Time brings some New York to New York.

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137 – Billie Whitehouse of Wearable Experiments – Haptic Highway

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Haptic feedback in apparel …

Whitehouse 1Billie Whitehouse (bio), Designer and CEO of Wearable Experiments (apparel with electronics providing haptic feedback), joins Pavan Bahl, Marc Raco and Rob Sanchez.

Corrective Yoga Pants, The Alert Shirt, and sensory impact

Whitehouse 5Whitehouse discusses the new Nadi X corrective yoga pants with directional haptic feedback, She reveals what motivates her to do this work, and the focus on the intersection fashion and tech beyond quantified self and LEDs and on connecting people with something deeper. The Alert Shirt built for Fox Sports in Australia is a topic of discussion, as well as the new Football Fan Shirt, whether Whitehouse is “selling out as an Australian, and how the shirt gives vibrations and communicates with the user connecting with action points in sporting events. Whitehouse also covers the value of haptic feedback moving around different points on the body for maximum sensory impact.

The challenge of working with different data partners, and of data lag in communication timelines,Whitehouse 2 trigger mechanisms, possible expansions of haptic feedback wearables, Using the skin as an interface for things that excite you, opportunities as a value-add for video gaming, movies, music, tourism, and generally creating memories. Whitehouse’s original product. And, all about Fundawear (vibrating knickers for couples in long distance relationships). Whitehouse touches on the mission to empower the skin, and connecting you with yourself, moments in time and loved ones. Plus, the dream of highway of communication and a kind of crypto currency – based on energy generation from people.

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