FNX Technologies, a 3D rendering automation service provider for apparel brands, has announced a strategic collaboration with Alvanon.
The partnership is aimed at bringing monumental change in cloud-based 3D rendering for product development in the apparel industry.
FNX enables apparel brands to scale their 3D production significantly faster than traditional processes through its 3D rendering automation platform. This way, brands are able to get rid of the manual efforts and deliver consistent as well as high-quality digital images that can be used in the product development process right from prototyping, digital fitting, visualising store layout and merchandising to direct display on e-commerce platforms.
With its enhanced 3D capabilities (virtual AlvaForm), the scope of accurate 3D avatar becomes even bigger that allows apparel and fashion brands to drastically reduce cost, material waste and time in entire process.
Both the technologies are said to be compatible with design software such as Browzwear and CLO3D. Once users of either Browzwear or CLO3D complete the garment design, they will be able to choose to dress it on a virtual AlvaForm figure as they upload the task to FNX for fast rendering process in enormous quality.
Darcy Reno, CEO, FNX Technologies, commented that what apparel brands might not realise is the fact that the scaling of a 3D pipeline needs a lot of legwork and it’s not at all an easily repeatable job. “We have built a technology platform that allows apparel brands to focus on designing products more efficiently and delivering output at large scale by taking our 2 decades of experience and learning from the animation and film industry,” said Darcy.
Expressing the content, Jason Wang, COO, Alvanon, mentioned “This collaboration with FNX gives FNX’s customers access to Alvanon’s vast library of over 6,000 3D virtual AlvaForms, each representing a specific brand’s fit standards.”