Browzwear update improves realistic 3D clothing

NEW YORK, NY, Aug. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Browzwear, a pioneer in 3D technology for the fashion industry, today announced powerful new features in the latest update to the VStitcher and Lotta platforms. of the society. The latest release, version 2022.1, includes software integrations for faster creation of photorealistic visualizations as well as proving features for greater assurance that 3D tissue representations share the physics of real-life ones. With the certainty that 3D garments are true digital twins of physical items, brands and manufacturers can leverage them at every stage, from concept to commerce, eliminating waste, reducing errors and accelerating time to market. the market.

Real-time hyper-speed photorealistic visualizations:

The latest version of the software adds the power of real-time realistic rendering via integration with Unreal Engine (UE), Epic Games’ 3D computer graphics game engine. As a new rendering standard in VStitcher, the technology that generates photorealistic experiences in popular games such as Fortnite, the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy and Batman: Arkham Asylum, will automatically generate visualizations comparable to cinematic CGI in the 3D window. as the garment is established.

By incorporating UE, Browzwear will dramatically speed up the process of creating even more realistic visualizations and, at the same time, reduce the amount of computing power required. With the increased clarity of apparel detail and the addition of precise shadows to stills, decks and animations, 3D visualizations will serve as precise digital twins suitable for presentation and merchandising, opening up new opportunities for businesses. way to operate more efficiently and sustainably using 3D. .

True-to-life fabric physics:

Version 2022.1 also includes a new watermarking system that clarifies for users which digital fabrics are safe to share the physical properties of their real-world counterparts, as verified by testing using the company’s Fabric Analyzer (FAB) technology. This technology translates the unique properties of a textile into digital form, ensuring that the drape and movement in 3D will be exactly the same as in real life. By verifying which digital fabrics have gone through this process with a visual watermark, Browzwear gives customers added assurance that 3D visualizations are true digital twins of the physical items produced.

More precise and adjustable fabric transparency

The new edition gives designers more control over the transparency of fabrics viewed in 3D, providing new freedom for experimentation during product development. Plus, with the added assurance that 3D visualizations are accurate representations of the garments that will be produced, fashion retailers can quickly and confidently make purchasing decisions without the need for physical samples.

“As 3D technology plays an increasingly important role in the movement towards a more sustainable fashion industry, the level of confidence that brands, manufacturers and other stakeholders have in the accuracy of visualization is drastically increasing. of increasing importance,” said Hanan Lifshitz, vice president of product, Brown Apparel. “Adding FAB watermarks and Unreal Engine are just two of the many ways we’re helping to reduce the industry’s environmental impact while supporting better business practices that impact the world.”

Click here to register for the 2022.1 edition webinar, or to learn about the latest features and download the new edition, follow this link.

About Browzwear:

Founded in 1999, Browzwear is a pioneer in 3D digital solutions for the fashion industry, driving seamless processes from concept to commerce. For designers, Browzwear accelerates collection development, opening up unlimited opportunities to create style iterations. For technical designers and pattern makers, Browzwear quickly adapts graduated garments to any body model with accurate and faithful reproduction of materials. For manufacturers, Browzwear’s Tech Pack provides everything needed to produce physical garments perfectly the first time, and at every stage, from design to production. Worldwide, more than 350 organizations such as Columbia Sportswear, PVH Group, and VF Corporation leverage Browzwear’s open platform to streamline processes, collaborate, and pursue data-driven production strategies so they can sell more everything. by manufacturing less, which increases ecological and economic sustainability. For more information, visit


Michael O. Stutler