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    ItsMe is a Virtual Identity Company on a Mission to turn Everyone into Avatars

    While most of us are used to the idea of maintaining a digital persona on social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram, the way we convey ourselves in these spaces is limited to video, images, and text. But where do “we” — as human bodies — exist on the Internet?

    As digital technology becomes more immersive, one Toronto startup is working to give our physical selves better representation online. ItsMe is a virtual identity company with a mission to turn everyone into avatars. By combining technologies such as digital photography, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, the Toronto-based startup is able to take 360-degree photos of subjects and turn them into digital forms, otherwise known as avatars.

    Read the full story on The Toronto Star

  • Podcasts

    Fashion Tech Berlin Round-up

    Those of you who follow me already know I was overseas for the month of June doing a little bit of fashion tech sightseeing. Northern Europe is such a hub for creativity…

  • Podcasts

    Behnaz Farahi: “Fashion is Architecture”

    She’s a multidisciplinary designer breathing new life into fashion. Her headline-grabbing garments aren’t just beautiful, they also interact with the world around them. Stare at one of her dresses too long, and…

  • FashTechTV

    Fashion Ware Show at CES 2016

    In our search for fashion tech at CES, we check out the annual Fashion Ware show, hosted by fashion designer and former project runway contestant Nick Verreos.…