There was the introduction of different ranges such as tall, petite or plus-size but this was still putting women into brackets, instead of clothing being your size, your shape, your style, no segregation, truly diverse and always inclusive. You feel as though you should change to try and fit into the dress and I wanted to stop anyone ever feeling like that.
I wanted to create a dress that changed to fit us. We set out to create a dress that adapted to the needs of women and designed for women to have full control over the it — to choose the style, choose the shape, choose the size.
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This is not only an issue for women and the industry either. Sizing and fit is one of the major issues in the fashion industry and one of the main reasons for returns. As clothing itself and sizing has been left unchanged for far too long, we wanted to reinvent dresses as we know them for the women of today and the girls and women of the future and we used maths to help us. The Careaux dress has a hidden zip around the waist, which enables the dress to split into a top and a skirt. This means the dress can have a different or same size top to its bottom.
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Plus, this means you can interchange the tops and the skirts to create different dress styles, fabric and colour combinations. The dresses are made locally in Manchester and we work with suppliers who have a strong commitment to social responsibility and sustainability including using fabric saved from landfill for recycled and recyclable packaging.
But Maths has also helped my entrepreneurial mindset. Someone will beat Kosmic eventually. It might even be Kosmic himself, who anticipates a return to Super Mario Bros. What this requires from a Super Mario Bros.
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Thank you for understanding and please enjoy the information below. Once you put your headset on in this cleared space, you'll be asked to map out your boundaries, which you'll do by drawing a "safe" zone in your real-life room. Once it's active, any real-life steps close to its edge will throw up virtual walls as a warning. Should you wish to use Quest in a tiny space or at a desk, pick the "Stationary" option in the Guardian menu, and you'll be surrounded by a default-sized dome.
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Be warned, quite a few games won't work without more real-world room to roam, but you'll still be able to browse around the Oculus Home interface, which includes a Chromium Web browser with built-in degree video support. Screen share As of press time, the Oculus smartphone app supports a nifty "screen share" feature so that anyone sharing a Wi-Fi network with an active Quest can see the headset's view on a phone's screen.
This broadcast sometimes chugs at less than 20fps, but it's usually closer to 30fps.
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Even so, this option makes waiting for your Quest turn a bit easier in a social setting. You can also fling this shared video to compatible Chromecast models, and Oculus says more compatible devices will roll out in the near future.
Again, this is all happening without any external sensors or webcams to set up. Quest's four built-in sensors, which the company calls the "Oculus Insight" array, gather data about your play space and your position inside it. Oculus says the Quest can "memorize" up to five play spaces at any given time. So if you throw your Quest in a backpack, set it up at a friend's house, then go back to your home's VR room and put it on, the Quest will often respond by loading the Guardian boundary you already drew and asking you to confirm if it's still accurate.
In our tests, that Guardian "memory" only failed in one case. When the lighting had changed severely, from day to night, I had to redraw my boundaries. And though Quest doesn't work in pitch-black environments, I was still able to comfortably use the headset in my home's naturally dark lighting. Even when I shuffled certain things in my living room—primarily my office chair and coffee table, which I'm always moving for the sake of VR tests—I could re-enter the Quest with its tracking unfazed.
Just be warned, Oculus Insight isn't smart enough to detect a wandering pet or child that might alter your playspace while you're immersed in VR. You must login or create an account to comment. Behold: The Oculus Quest, as photographed in my messy home.