The 'Neuro' Process Designs and Fits Clothes Digitally

By: Joey Haar - Aug 16, 2016
References: neuro-studio & dezeen
Clement Balavoine is a French fashion designer whose Neuro process demonstrates digital technology's entrance into yet another industry. While fashion designers have been able to digitally conceive of clothing for some time, the Neuro process is the first that allows designers to completely personalize and create an outfit without ever having to work with fabric.

The Neuro process uses several pieces of software to allow for its holistic output. Designers can use standard software to digitally imagine their clothing items, as with other common systems. The difference comes in the next stages, in which the clothing is actually fabricated. Neuro allows users to size the clothing they conceive on digital avatars. Then, using laser-cutting machines and 3D printers, the clothing can be made without the designer even picking up a needle or scissors.