Fashion is the third most polluting industry in the world, and the second largest consumer of water. It’s easy to forget these facts when shopping for clothes. A big way to make an impact is to shop through businesses that produce clothes in a sustainable way.
Sort Me Out is made to make shopping for sustainable clothes easier. without having to compromise on your existing style choices and do the neck-crunching work of researching, we present to you an arrangement of clothes sorted by the brand’s policies on:
policies regarding recycled material and chemicals
labor conditions and fair trade
This app rates the most popular clothes selling on ShopStyle based on the sustainability rating of the brand, according to rankabrand.com.
Body Labs introduced API access to its SOMA technology. SOMA scans a single photo of a human; analyzes the photo along with the subject's height, weight, and gender; and then generates a 3D model and digital measurements for the subject. The SOMA Shape API provides programmatic access to the tech.
Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including eCommerce, Messaging, and Privacy. Featured today are APIs for tracking time, enabling payment services, and adding reviews services to applications. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Johnson Controls launched Panoptix last year to offer developers a set of tools and APIs that encourage development in the building efficiency space. Developers took their first shot at the Panoptix suite of APIs at Hack-City SF. Panoptix continues to garner attention to its platform, and further enhanced the offering with four new APIs. Panoptix launched with building, space, and meter data APIs; now, the platform added AHU, VAV, and HVAC data.