Sneakers That Could Match Any Outfit

A UK-based company +rehabstudio is conceptualizing sneakers that will change colors through a mobile app! Conductive threads of the shoes will pass electric signals to mini-LED on its surface to project colors.

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First Online Marketplace for Excess Stock

Inturn is an new software platform that helps fashion brands sell excess stock to discount outlets. The technology focuses at tackling the manual, time-consuming and error prone are of selling off-price inventory.

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A Catwalk Starring Drones & Robots

This news is from the month of May but totally worth the re-mention. During Silicon Valley Fashion Week (yes it’s real), the world witnessed the first catwalk where models were replaced by drones & robots.

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How Pantone Became The Language of Color

Imagine a shelf of Coke bottles with a different shade of Reds. Pantone doesn’t sell actual ink, it does specify how to mix the right proportion of CMYK to yield that red color.

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Will Techpacker be FREE forever?

The most talked about question that keep coming to us by hundreds of users, companies and investors are Why is Techpacker Free?, How will you make Money?” etc.. Here our CEO explains why so.

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Help Us Evaluate This New Feature

So we received this video review from one our happy users from Hong Kong. Loved how simplistically he explained how Techpacker helped him.

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