Scan your foot with your phone, get a handcrafted shoe made to fit perfectly with 3D imaging!
This luxury shoe brand uses 3D technology to create the perfect-fitting heelCustomization has been a big trend in the luxury fashion market. Brands like Shoes of Prey and Alive Shoes allow you to design shoes from start to finish. But a startup called True Gault, which comes out of beta next week, takes the process a step further by creating shoes that are customized to the biomechanics ...
NYC Startup True Gault Uses 3D Tech To Bring Women Custom Heels That Look and Feel GoodEvery brand of shoe looks different, feels different and most importantly fits differently. But what if instead of your foot needing to fit a shoe, your shoe could fit your foot? Introducing True Gault , the mobile app using 3D imaging technology that scans your foot and tailors a shoe to your exact dimensions.
Why Fashion Guru Nina Garcia Says Thinking 'Shoes First' Can Make You More ProductiveWe all have morning rituals, and these habits can shape how the rest of our day goes. For Marie Claire fashion director, TV personality and Project Runway judge Nina Garcia, it starts with her shoes. "Shoes set [the] tone for what kind of day I'm going to have," Garcia told Entrepreneur.
Blending fashion with tech: This app will scan your foot and make you a custom pair of high heelsA quick scan of the foot with an iPhone will result in a customized pair of high heels, delivered from Spain, through an app created by True Gault - the latest brand to crack the code on mass-producing personalized items. The New York-based shoe start-up has patented a technology that uses 3-D measuring tools to capture the biomechanics of a foot, all from an iPhone's camera.
This app will take a 3D scan of your feet to make you the perfect pair of high heelsWhen it comes to footwear, there are two types of women: The type that effortlessly glide down the street in four-inch heels, seemingly oblivious to their precarious footwear, and the type that avoid wearing heels unless absolutely necessary. I belong to the latter group, although I've always wanted to be in the former category.
New technology promises a comfortable high heel, but begs the question: Why wear heels at all?The comedian Henry Youngman was famous for his one-liners. In one of his better-known jokes, a patient visits the doctor. "Doctor, it hurts when I do this," the patient says, to which the doctor replies: "Don't do that!" As leagues of women will attest, it hurts to wear high heels.
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