Continuum is the label/project of designer/technologist Mary Huang in Brooklyn, NY, with various collaborators. Continuum has been a pioneer in ideas such as software based fashion collections and 3D printing. Viewers may explore a number of interesting projects and products.
"Decoded Fashion is the first Fashion and Technology Forum Series connecting the world’s best startups and most noteworthy technologies to the Fashion, Beauty and Retail industries to accelerate innovation and increase the bottom line." Visitors can read about the forums, and view articles, videos and photographs of the events.
Joining this fashion industry network site is free and visitors may then become involved in the Technology in Fashion discussion group. Visitors may also go to the Fashion Technology Directory to look up services and suppliers of fashion technology.
The Fashion Tech site includes a blog, a photo gallery of fashion technology projects, an extensive library of project videos and tutorials, a calendar of events and a discussion formum. Some parts of the site require membership to access, but membership is free. The website is authored by Syuzi Pakhchyan author of Fashioning Technology.
Through its magazine (Make), blog, and events, Maker Media caters to those interested in DIY technology. Search terms such as 'fashion' and 'clothing' to bring up many articles and projects at the intersection of fashion and technology.
Based out of Canada, MakeFashion aims to "introduce high-end fashion designers and artists to the exciting world of wearables through a series of informative, hands-on, designer-lead workshops" and events. The organization maintains a blog and an online gallery of projects.
"TheCurrent Daily is the leading news site at the intersection of fashion, retail and innovation. Heavily embedded in the worlds of technology and digital marketing, it tracks new launches around everything from artificial intelligence and augmented reality, to sustainability and smart textiles."
Wearable Technologies is a "network for Wearable Technologies product and component suppliers as well as retailers, researchers and designers from both the textile and the electronics sector." The organization holds an annual Wearable Technologies Conference. While the proceedings are not available online, visitors may read interesting briefs.
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Covers "the latest trends in Emerging Technologies, Internet of Things, Wearable Tech, Connected Cars, Medical Tech, Smart Houses, Machine Learning, Robotics, Singularity, Transhumanism, Wearable Apps and related events across the world."
Try combining different search terms when searching these sites such as, "fashion and technology," "techno fibers," "wearable technology," and "smart fabrics."