Need to remove wrinkles from your shirt but don't want to bust out the iron and ironing board (or don't even have one)? Well, with a little bit of do-it-yourself ingenuity, you can "iron out" that wrinkly top in no time.
While Leap Motion and Microsoft are looking to capture natural human motion with cameras, Enflux figured out how to do it with a shirt and pants that feel completely natural.
News: Living Bacteria in Clothing Could Detect When You Come in Contact with Pathogens or Dangerous Chemicals
While at work, you notice your gloves changing color, and you know immediately that you've come in contact with dangerous chemicals. Bandages on a patient signal the presence of unseen, drug-resistant microbes. These are ideas that might have once seemed futuristic but are becoming a reality as researchers move forward with technology to use living bacteria in cloth to detect pathogens, pollutants, and particulates that endanger our lives.
After Halloween Guide: How to Remove Makeup, Face Paint, Fake Blood & Body Glue from Skin & Clothing
Becoming someone else for Halloween is a lot of fun, but it can take a ton of tools to accomplish. An elaborate costume can require you to slather yourself in all kinds of makeup, paints, and glues, and putting it on is only half the work. The real fun starts when the party's over, and you have to remove it all.
Creating a dress, or any other clothes for that matter, takes quite a bit of design, planning, and manufacturing to get it just right. Fashion designer Jim Reichert put on a HoloLens and saved himself a bunch of time designing a dress through the use of a life-sized holographic woman.
Do those new naked body scanners have you freaked out at the airports? As far as the TSA is concerned, those x-ray machines are here to stay, but you might as well take comfort in knowing that airport security guards aren't the only ones looking at your private parts. Practically anyone with a computer can manage to see through your clothes, and it's all thanks to a little program called Photoshop. Thanks, Adobe.
Create and animate your own piece of clothing! This tutorial series shows you how to properly create and texture a single item of clothing. Once it's created, you can then attach it to an object and animate it realiistically for your Audodesk project.
Don’t pay a handyman to do this simple job—learn how to become handy yourself! You Will Need:
In this video tutorial, learn how to make any piece of clothing on a man or woman invisible.
In this tutorial, learn how to make your own fabric that you can use to make bags, clothing and many more items! Etsy Labs technician, Anda Lewis shows you how to fuse plastic bags (from the grocery store or trash bags) in this quick clip. You can even use these bags to create your own reusable, Earth friendly shopping bag!
If you sew a lot, your probably have a massive quantity of old fabric scraps lying around. This four-part video will teach you how to recycle those strips into all sorts of fun textile projects. These include a quilt, tie-dye strips, and notebook covers for your children's (or your) books for school. No matter what your tastes, there is probably a cool fashion recycling tip for you in here.
The last thing you want is for your animated avatar to accidentally 'flash' your user by letting the flesh peek through the clothing mesh. This tutorial shows you how you can animate the clothing and avoid this situation when working with Autodesk 3ds Max.
In this tutorial, learn how to finish your clothing projects off right with seams 101. This video will walk you through how to sew the perfect seam on any sewing machine. This clip will cover the following seams:
In this clip, you will learn everything you need to know about zippers. Check out this tutorial for info on how to sew in zippers to your projects and make them look more polished and be more functional. This video will explain the zipper anatomy, zipper feet and will show you how to sew three different kinds of zipper applications:
Learn how to make different types of pockets for garments and clothing in this free how-to video series on stitching, making, and attaching pockets to clothing.
Learn how to create realistic hair and clothing using the dynamic features of the computer program Poser with expert 3D animation and rendering tips in this free software tutorial video series.
Un-dull your crocheted sweater with a little creativity. Adding some decorative details and features to your clothing will do wonders for fashion, and could hide unsightly holes! Embellishing with crochet can be a creative way to repair a piece of clothing, and it can add flair to a piece by inserting a neckline or a hem.
It can be very difficult when trying to remove ink stains from pieces of clothing. There are many different ways to help remove the stain, but each one works differently. So in this helpful tutorial, you'll find out one way to helping remove ink stain on your clothing. So check it out and good luck!
The video presents "How to start your own Clothing Line Business". The steps include getting the financing, designing the prototype outfit/s, producing the line of clothing, promotion and sales. A good way of financing for a small business such as this is to sell your idea to family, friends and even colleagues. Research and prepare the business plan for your clothing line and be passionate about it in your presentation to convince them to fund your business. The next step is to get the produ...
Is you favorite pair of jeans suffering from a hole in the knee? No problem. Extend the life of your clothing by using patches to cover worn or torn areas, or to embellish tired items and give them a fresh new look.
Moving is one of the top ten most stressful life experiences. Here’s how to pack it up without wanting to pack it in.
Did you know you can recreate Snooki's bump, or "invisibly" hold your hair up in a voluminous ponytail with something you already have lying around the house? Don't waste your time on Bump Its or other hair devices - all you need is a clothing hanger.
Make your clothing really light up! This tutorial shows you how to properly and carefully sew a connection to an arduino to some fabric, so you can incorporate some lightweight electronics into your next fashion project or battery operated costume piece.
If you have a lot of old clothing you don't wear and no money to buy new clothes, check out this video. It will give you several ideas for ways to sell your used clothes to make some money or, as a last resort, donate them to charity.
If you already know how to sew a lapped zipper, than it's time to move onto the centered zipper, and that's exactly what you'll learn in this sewing tutorial. There's easy-to-follow directions for sewing lapped zippers using a basic sewing machine. If you don't have a sewing machine, check out all of the other zipper sewing tutorials. A center zipper is easy on any type of clothing fabric!
In this clip, learn how to sew a whip stitch into clothing to make cute, easy Halloween costumes. This video will show you how to whip stitch your way to a new warddrobe in no time - no sewing machine required!
Removing chewing gum from clothes can be quick and easy. Watch this HomeServe video tutorial for simple ways of getting chewing gum off clothing using a freezer, washing machine or kitchen knife.
This Photoshop tutorial will show you one method for changing clothing color utilizing the Select Color Range command and fine tuning techniques to use on the mask of the Hue and Saturation adjustment layer. Also shows how to clone.
How to find the secret items in the February Clothing Catalog in the online game Club Penguin.
There's no need to go to the tailor to mend a tear in clothing. Save some money and do it yourself instead! See how you can mend an "L" tear with iron-on mending tape, and also a tear along a seam.
There is no one way to remove gum. Depending on the type of gum and where it's stuck - the carpet versus your shirt, for instance - you may need to enlist a different method for each to remove the gum.
In this tutorial, we learn how to mix and match vintage clothing pieces. First off, if you have a 1940's style juniors dress, you can pair it with knee highs and vintage heels. You can also wear it with a modern cardigan. Next, if you have a 1905's style floral dress, you can pair it with a small modern red belt. Next, if you have a 50's inspired dress, you can pair it with tights and a tiara headband. If you have a 1950's day dress, you can pair it with kitten heels to make a more modern loo...
In this video, we learn how to change the color of clothing in Photoshop. First, click "enhance", then "adjust color", then "saturation". Now place a magnetic lasso around the shirt color you want to change. You can now use a slider to go through all the different colors, and pick that one that you want to use in the picture. Play around with the saturation, hue, and brightness to change what the color looks like in the picture. If you want to add more contrast, it will look more real like it...
The hippie bohemian trend is BACK!! This fun video is a step by step guide to dying your very own tie dye clothing just like they wore in the 70's! Not your style? You can tie dye your bed sheets for a groovy retro feel. Tie dye is very fun, colorful and cheery and perfect for kids to complete as a craft project! You can buy each child a white t-shirt and help them tie dye their shirts. Each one will have its own original design!
Learn Arabic words using the Learn Arabic with Pictures series from ArabicPod101.com. Beautiful images clearly show Arabic vocabulary divided into units by topic.
Learn a fun and easy way to decorate your clothes with these iron-on freezer paper stencils. This video will show you how to create stencils perfect for personalizing aprons, tote bags, or t-shirts. With these stencils you can make thoughtful gifts for all of your loved ones.
The key to getting a perfect synchronization on this level is being able to complete it in less than eight minutes. This video shows you a walkthrough for this level so you can complete the entire thing in the time allotted.
If you use vegetable oil a lot in your cooking, you probably know the frustration of having it leap out of the frying pan and onto your shirt, staining it. Watch this video to learn how to get any vegetable oil stain out of clothes.
Oil gets on everything and is nearly impossible to get out again. Cooking, motor, it doesn't really matter. If you've got oil on your clothes, your carpet, or some other fabric, watch this video to learn how you can get it out with vinegar and other household products.