Browzwear, a leader in 3D technology for the apparel industry, has announced a collaboration with Adobe to integrate its Substance 3D texturing and materials authoring technology. As a native part of Browzwear’s VStitcher and Lotta 3D design solutions, designers can access the Substance’s capabilities, enabling them to quickly and easily create and visualize hyper-realistic print executions, and other ready-for-production visual effects.
The collaboration with Adobe is part of Browzwear’s ongoing commitment to facilitating apparel businesses’ ability to benefit from best-of-breed technologies at every step of their workflows, from concept to commerce. This extends the application of Substance’s technology, a must-have for the video games and motion picture special effects world, into fashion, an industry where adoption of 3D is increasingly imperative.
With Browzwear’s May Edition update, designers using VStitcher and Lotta will have the freedom to upload Substance’s SBSAR-format files, whether created in Substance Designer, modified in Substance Alchemist, or downloaded from Substance Source or another platform to use in Browzwear. Designers can customize their prints' executions, in real time, adding from a selection of visualization parameters including emboss, embroidery, foil print, vintage, and more. Within each parameter, there are many intricate editing functionalities that enable the designer to achieve the exact result they’re looking for, without any special knowledge of graphic design or 3D mapping.
This true-to-life visualization result enables the entire apparel workflow to be optimized, making decisions over print execution that is an accurate representation of the physical end result.