Singapore, November 28, 2018 – Browzwear, the leading provider of 3D solutions for fashion design, development and merchandising, announced today the much-anticipated release of VStitcher 8.0 and Lotta 4.0. These new versions of their renowned 3D fashion design software include a variety of new features for an even better user experience.

“We are proud of the work put into this release and our team is excited to unveil some features that we know will change the way designers are currently working,” said Lena Lim, Browzwear Chief Commercial Officer. “Now, more than ever, designers will be able to produce digital garments that look, drape, fit and move almost exactly like real physical garments. Using 3D garments shortens time to market and significantly reduces wasted resources including budget and materials for a better bottom line and a cleaner environment.”

Some of the most significant new features include:

  • Integrated Ray Trace Engine to seamlessly access Ray Trace renderings.
  • Cloud rendering service, allowing automation of render pipelines
  • High quality photorealistic fur images and other complex materials.
  • Adjustable smart shoes that work with multiple avatar shapes and types, and can be used in various poses and animation.
  • Drag and drop smart zippers and buttons that can be shared and distributed as a complete asset package.
  • GIF animations and turntables to easily export and share online.
  • Advanced animation plugin to evaluate true-to-life fit in motion and render in ray trace – all in one place.

In addition, users will enjoy the ability to import assets from online and cloud-based asset management systems into a new asset library, or connect their own libraries with the Browzwear Open Platform. More details about these and other new features, along with links to the webinars, can be found on the blog.

“We’ve made impressive advances with the simple and powerful user interface for an improved user experience,” said Avihay Feld, Browzwear Chief Product Officer. “Our 8.0 release delivers enhanced end-to-end workflow leveraging VStitcher and Lotta from cutline design to manufacture, and tools like these that close the digital workflow loop is what we aim to deliver to our customers.”

About Browzwear

Browzwear’s pioneering 3D solutions for apparel design, merchandising and sales are the key to a successful digital product lifecycle. Through the power of accurate, true-to-life 3D, designers, pattern-makers, production and marketing can now collaborate effectively and shorten delivery schedules. With Browzwear’s open platform and partner ecosystem, brands and retailers world-wide are automating workflows, reducing iterations and samples, and selling garments even before they are produced. Learn more at browzwear.com.

Browzwear

51 Middle Road #05-01
Singapore
188959
Phone: +65 6338 4005
Email: sales@browzwear-global.com

Israel and Singapore-based Browzwear is making every fashion designers’ dream come true: instead of sewing countless versions of every garment in different fabrics and styles, they can now create a 3D garment that accurately simulates all the features of both the fabric and the pattern – and that’s just the beginning. With customers like Adidas, Walmart and Asos, entrepreneurs Avihay Feld and Noam Nevo promise: The future of fashion is cleaner, faster, smarter and more creative.

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(Singapore and Munich, Germany, October 10, 2018) — Browzwear, a pioneer of 3D solutions for apparel design, development and merchandising, together with Vizoo, developers of advanced material digitization technology, announce today the release of Unified 3D Material (U3M). This new open source format will help to standardize digital materials and serve as a bridge between software applications in the apparel industry.

The goal for u3m is to create real alignment of visual appearance between applications. “U3M leverages a physically-based rendering (PBR) shading model,” explains Martin Semsch, Managing Director at Vizoo. “Therefore applications supporting PBR achieve a very similar look.”

Until now, each vendor output digital materials in a proprietary format or embedded it directly in their styles. U3M will streamline this process, allowing digital asset suppliers to rely on one fabric format serving their customers, regardless of which 3D applications are used. Eventually, it will be more efficient to move fabric information between vendors and suppliers.

“We are pleased with the unique method we’ve created to easily store visual and custom physical data in one file,” said Sharon Lim, CEO at Browzwear. “U3M is the first digital material format in the industry to combine digital components together in a consistent manner, thus allowing industry standardization of digital material libraries.”

Vizoo’s upcoming release, xTex 181, will support reading and writing of the U3M format and 2019 will see the first integrations in 3D CAD and 3D rendering applications.

For more information visit www.u3m.info.

Contact

Browzwear

51 Middle Road #05-01
Singapore
188959
Phone: +65 6338 4005
Email: sales@browzwear-global.com

Vizoo GmbH

Johann-Karg-Str. 30
85540 Haar (Munich)
Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 89 37917647
Email: info@vizoo3d.com

 

Browzwear, a pioneer of 3D solutions for apparel design, development and merchandising, today announced that Kristen Ohlsson has joined the company as the new General Manager for Browzwear North America. Before joining the Browzwear team, Kristen was a Senior Director of Technical Design for the Global Brands Group in New York.

She has also previously worked with Fishman & Tobin as a technical design manager and before that, as a pattern maker.

“Kristen has already proven to be a great addition to the Browzwear team,” said Sharon Lim, Browzwear CEO. “Her technical knowledge and experience working with patterns and moving up through leadership positions has prepared her for this role, and we look forward to learning from her and navigating the path ahead together.”

Kristen earned her Bachelor of Science degree with a specialization in fashion design from Philadelphia University. She has served as a member of the New York chapter of the International Association of Clothing Designers & Executives (IACDE) as well as the Technical Collaboration Board.

“I am so excited to join the Browzwear team and have spent the last few weeks meeting the team and understanding where we are today and where we want to be in five and in ten years,” Ohlsson said. “This role is the perfect intersection of technical and industry knowledge with creative design and I look forward to setting and achieving goals together. Browzwear is a pioneer of 3D solutions for apparel design, development and merchandising, and I am proud to be a part of the movement.”

Browzwear, a pioneer of 3D solutions for apparel design, development and merchandising, today announced that Jason Cheung has joined the company as the new Regional Director responsible for Hong Kong and Greater China. Before joining the Browzwear team, Jason served for a decade as the Asia Regional Director for Alvanon, a leading global apparel business and product development consultancy.

He has also previously worked with Wah Ming, ISA Swiss and MSC Ltd in various sales positions.

“We are thrilled to welcome Jason to Browzwear,” said Sharon Lim, Browzwear CEO. “His proven track record and extensive expertise in the industry are true assets and we look forward to learning from him as he leads our Hong Kong and Greater China teams forward.”

Jason earned his Bachelor of Commerce degree from Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia and now resides in Hong Kong.

“I am excited to begin this next chapter in my career, working with Browzwear to bring 3D solutions to apparel brands throughout Hong Kong and China,” said Cheung. “The team is committed to the success of our partners and clients, and displays great integrity and leadership in the industry. I am proud to now be a part of it all.”