The Future Crafts Project Has Started a Collaborative Project with ZOZO Technologies

The Future Crafts Project of the Keio University Graduate School of Media Design has started a collaborative research project with ZOZO Technologies.

We will develop fashion-oriented IoT nodes and research the environment for smart wear to design their position and functions.


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