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We design fashion items in an open-source environment, using Haskell and AI. You can find most of the source code for the designs below on our GitHub. You can find a complete list of all the designs on our PAOM store.

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Haskell Waves - Self Replicating

Created in 2019

Back Story

Another Haskell-inspired design, this one contains a one-liner that replicates the image used for the design. The command only works if you have git and haskell stack.

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Quantum AI Blockchain

Created in 2018

Back Story

Never wanting to miss out on a trend, this shirt is inspired by the “surface code”; a technique to help realise large-scale quantum computers. It also features a quantum circuit holding quantum money, that when measured, yields classical money.

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The CPPN

Created in 2018

Back Story

This design is inspired by my love of tye-dye, but is produced with a special kind of neural network called a “CPPN”. CPPNs are particularly cool because they can be used to generate images of arbitrary resolution; and they can be specialised to reproduce certain images or collections of images.

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The AI Fashion Designer

Created in 2018

Back Story

This design features prints of different fashion items (t-shirts, shoes, jackets, boots, handbags) that were “designed” by an AI fashion designer in two senses: the shape was produced by the algorithm, and the pattern that is printed on each item was determined by the famous “style transfer” technique.

The ideas used in this design have been presented/exhibited at White Night, Melbourne Knowledge Week, and the RMIT School of Fashion in 2018.

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Evolution of Dance

Created in 2017

Back Story

This design is our first exploration into deep-learning-based design. The dance moves on this shirt are based on a famous YouTube video; the moves themselves are determined directly from a video by the algorithm. The result is a sampled collection of dance-moves!

These ideas have been presented to the general public at Melbourne Science Week, 2018.

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Retro Haskell

Created in 2017

Back Story

This T-Shirt, which features the Haskell logo, was designed entirely in Haskell, and the source-code is open and available to all.

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