Keith Nuthall
WEARABLE technology and customised clothing for health-care, sports, quality-of-life and entertainment needs is to be displayed at a European Commission-funded conference in Brussels, on October 15. "The EU apparel business goes high-tech" will educate businesses how to use information society technologies to boost productivity and competitiveness, and added-value, such as 3-D body scanning, "virtual" trying on of clothes, mass customisation, multi-functional clothing and on-line retailing. "Tailoring textiles and clothing to enhance every ...

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