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Browzwear Releases Latest Version Of VStitcher™ Software

Browzwear International, an Israel-based creator and producer of 3-D fashion design and communication software for the textile and apparel industries, has introduced VStitcher™ 4.01, the latest version of its VStitcher 3-D fashion design software.

Capable of simulating real-life fabric draping in real time, VStitcher Web-based technology enables users to create a virtual 3-D prototype garment that is modeled by a detailed 3-D human figure. The user can customize the figure using a wide range of parameters that include gender, age, body measurements, posture, hairstyle, skin tone and stages of pregnancy. The software enables designs to be created at any location, and feedback to be received immediately from designers, decision makers and customers around the world.

Features of VStitcher 4.01 include improved 3-D presentation and development capabilities, lifelike human figures, new clusters, garments, 3-D environments and accessories.

“Browzwear’s software is specially developed to ease the transition for garment and textile companies looking to advance into the new 3-D-generation software,” said Aviela Sherbu-Cohen, CEO. “ The new VStitcher is proof of Browzwear’s firm commitment to push the limits and explore the promise of 3-D fashion design. We hope to give our clients a competitive edge based on better brand-manufacturer collaboration while allowing designers to maintain and enhance their freedom and creativity.”

September 5, 2007