Posted October 04, 2018 03:14:10 A new kind of clothing material is on the horizon.
A company in Australia has developed a new way to make clothes from scratch with the help of images from the computer, and it could save you money.
A group of Australian students made the garment out of a “matting” material that mimics the way a computer renders pictures of people, a way to save money on garments.
The students, who were part of a recent workshop at Melbourne University, were working on their next project when they came across a group of computer images of models wearing clothes, the ABC reports.
The idea was that the images could be manipulated to make clothing.
The materials are based on the materials used in high-end clothing.
Matting is a material that can be used to make garments from fabrics such as cotton, wool, polyester or polyester blend.
These materials have been around for some time.
But they’ve never been used for clothing, until now.
“We were inspired by some of the images from fashion magazines,” the group said.
The team used the computer’s image processing software to create a pattern of shapes that looked like people.
The patterns were then combined to make the garment, with a team of student sewers finishing it.
It took them a week to complete the project.
This is a photo of the first version of a fabric made from computer images.
“A lot of our projects have been inspired by fashion magazines or online tutorials, where the designer would make a piece of clothing and we would be able to recreate those images for ourselves,” the team said.
“For us, it was really important to learn from other designers and to have the freedom to do this on our own.”
The students hope to continue working on the project, which is still in its early stages.
They’ve been asked to take a second year at the university, so they’re not completely sure how the process will work.
“If we do well, we’ll be able use our knowledge to develop other ways to make our garments,” the company’s co-founder, Paul, said.
They’re now working on a third version of the garment that could be made using the materials from the first two.
You can read more about how the new clothing is made here.