RoverCash, la caisse enregistreuse qui connecte votre commerce. Here’s Why Google and Levi’s Are Working Together to Make a Jean Jacket. Ivan Poupyrev and Paul Dillinger come from very different worlds: Poupyrev, a technical program lead for Google’s Advanced Technologies and Projects (ATAP) unit, has spent years working on user-interface design and interactive technology, while Dillinger, the head of global product innovation for Levi Strauss & Co., has immersed himself in fashion.
Try On Clothes With Your Phone Like Photo Filters. Shopping app finds products from TV and online video. We have seen apps that help shoppers find items they see in magazines, or let them take photos of any outfit to find out where to buy it.
But tracking down products after seeing it on television still requires laborious investigation. Now a new app is offering an instant search function for products users see on TV. To continue reading this article, and 7,400 more, sign up for. Introducing Mona for iPhone. Notify Nearby Launches To Help Fashion Brands Share Deals And Content. At this point, we’ve probably all heard (or experienced!)
The scenario where you’re walking past a store and your phone buzzes to alert you about nearby deals. The challenge, though, is sending a message that’s actually interesting, useful and maybe even exciting, rather than annoying. Nevin Jethmalani, co-founder and CEO of Notify Nearby, said he’s had that experience himself — he was driving to a friend’s house and, thanks to Shopkick, “Some random company sent me a push notification.” “I thought, ‘This is just terrible, this is a reason I would uninstall this app,'” Jethmalani said. Notify Nearby Launches To Help Fashion Brands Share Deals And Content. Shiftwear Sneakers Feature An Integrated e-Paper Screen For Infinite Customization. Assuming you have the cash on hand, it’s easy to shell out thousands of dollars on sneakers to get exactly the style and design you want.
(Just ask Marky Mark.) The footwear startup ShiftWear thinks that there’s room to change the way shoes are designed and sold. Instead of buying what big brands have deemed fashionable, you could design your own patterns and emblazon them on the side of your high tops. The company's slogan? "A sneaker that gives the user complete creative control. " ShiftWear sneakers feature side panels made from flexible electronic paper—like what's in an Amazon Kindle—which connects to a smartphone app. Sure, the ShiftWears are no Margielas or Jordans. Artificial Intelligence Shopping Sorts Millions of Items. Instead of piling clothing under generic one-word categories, Donde Fashion zeroes in on specific attributes with help of zeroes and ones With over 6,000 brands to choose from, Donde Fashion will be using visual search engines to make sure you right the find piece of clothing out of a heap of millions.
Craves’ Visual Shopping App Helps You Find Clothes You Love Just By Snapping Photos. While there are a number of applications on the market that let you scan barcodes in order to compare prices, a new fashion-focused app called Craves launching today instead lets you just snap photos of the clothes you want and it returns visually similar results in seconds – no barcode-scanning required.
Then, when you find something you like, you can purchase the item directly from the app itself. According to co-founder Scott Cormier, who previously ran the mobile team at Wave Accounting in Toronto, the idea for Craves was inspired by watching his wife, Nadine, use her smartphone to help with her clothes shopping. “She’d routinely snap photos or save screenshots of outfits she wanted to track down later,” he says. Prevent sunburn with smart bikini: New wearable device tells you when to apply sunscreen - TomoNews. Pin & Tucker Shopping App Let's Your Friends Vote On What You Should (Or Shouldn't) Buy.
Remember the days of group texting your girlfriends for some much-needed outfit approval or, in some cases, the red flag of disapproval?
Well, now there’s an app for that. Pin and Tucker is the Smartphone app that provides a second opinion on a potential purchase or ensemble option. Welcome to Project Jacquard. Cloth app uses weather forecasts to plan the perfect outfit. While the famed "Clueless Closet" is still not quite the reality we hoped it would be in 1995 (at least for most), apps are getting closer to making it possible.
Cloth, an app for managing your wardrobe, has rolled out a redesigned version that provides personalized recommendations on what to wear based on local weather conditions and the items in your closet. The app is centered around "looks. " Snap a photo of your outfit, tag it with a relevant category and weather conditions (e.g., work and chilly), and the outfit is added to your digital wardrobe. Looks can be shared publicly or kept private; those that are made public are searchable by other users. This powers the app's new "street style search," which allows you to browse other users' publicly viewable looks by location, occasion and weather. But at its core, Cloth is a utility for helping users plan their day, cofounder Seth Porges told Mashable. Polyvore Remix.