Pa++ern: Tweet-to-embroidery production


This art installation, originally designed by Daito Manabe and Motoi Ishibashi, allows Twitter-users to tweet instructions to web site that replies with an example output. Upon approval it sends the design to a bank of industrial sewing machines which then embroider the resulting pattern onto a t-shirt. The web site still works, but not sure if you can still buy the shirt you create. [via Open Materials]

4 thoughts on “Pa++ern: Tweet-to-embroidery production

  1. Shadyman says:

    That’s pretty nifty :)

  2. Quality Embroidery digitizing says:

    Nice post.Keep it up.

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