A Future Fashion Factory researcher presented exciting new research on data-driven design at last week’s London Virtual AI Summit.
Stephen Westland, Professor of Colour Science and Technology at the University of Leeds, is leading Future Fashion Factory’s data-driven design research.
His presentation on 2 September introduced attendees to new developments in data-driven colour design, aiming to gain new insight into colour meanings that can be harnessed by creative designers to develop the right product for the right customer at the right time, reducing waste in the process.
The talk focused on Colourpedia, a project which is using machine learning and digital image analysis to generate a colour palette associated with any word in any language. This insight into the associations of colours in different communities can then be used by fashion designers to support their creative decisions.
Watch Stephen’s presentation:
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