The newest version of eDesigner ensures “perfect reproducibility” of production designs, Jeanologia says.
It also improves usability and enhances hyperrealism thanks to a more intuitive interface.
Jeanologia eDesigner has been available to the fashion industry since 2020.
As part of the new upgrades, users have access to the “Trace” tool, which uses artificial intelligence to generate hyper-realistic designs from a single image.
eDesigner also provides designers with a valuable source of inspiration and expertise through its Lightbrary, which gives users access to an extensive gallery of laser designs, vintage designs, wash effects, textures, tear and fray gallery, as well as a “Discover” section with trends and inspirational designs.
Jeanologia will share its know-how with designers, who will be able to create things from scratch or build on previous designs as a starting point for new creations.
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The new eDesigner takes digitisation to the next level, enabling the digital creation of patterns and garments and in doing so, reduces physical samples by 80%. This not only means significant savings in terms of resources, but also a substantial reduction in the carbon footprint generated by the transportation of samples.
The user can create digital cufflinks, combining digital patterns (eFit) with digital fabrics (eFabric), and partake in a truly authentic experience, as he or she will be able to analyse the results of wash applications on the fabrics.
All these innovations make it possible to shorten product development times by months, eliminating significant sample quantities and the now-unnecessary costs of shipping them around the world.
Jeanologia’s marketing director, Carmen Silla, explains: “Thanks to this tool we’ll enable infinite iterations at zero cost and impact, while standardising formats and communication. We’ll improve production processes by making them more efficient and accelerate time-to-market, since we go from design, to sample and approval in a very short time.”