Fashion Tech Portfolio

3D Printed Accessories

From 3D model:
To  3D print:
TPU filament was used for these accessories. The flexibility in this material allowed for movement, which was essential to these pieces which are based on the ocean (coral, seaweed, etc). 

IDENTIFYBRE: Automatic Textile Identifier

This textile sorting machine was created for the final group project of my Mechatronics Engineering degree. 

It has the ability to sort 100% compositions of cotton, polyester, and wool, as well as denim. Textiles are detected using sensor fusion data of computer vision and infrared spectroscopy, and displayed on the top LCD screen. 

Project Components: 

- Research (materials, patents, proof of concept)

- Electrical circuitry (IR sensors, Raspberry Pi, LCD screen, camera)

- Computer vision algoirthms (using an open source textile database)

- 3D-printed box design and sensor housings

More info here.


T-shirt printed with conductive ink circuit. 

Electrical components: microcontroller, temperature sensor, button, accelerometer, battery, custom voltage regulator PCB. 

App: created with Visual Studio and Apache Cordova framework. Retrieves information via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and analyzes data.

Lit Up Dress

LEDs sewn into dress with conductive yarn. 

Accelerometer detects body movements, and relays data to FLORA Arduino. 

Dress lights up according to accelerometer data. 

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For more sewing work, check out my fashion brand page here!