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MIT’s Reprogrammable Ink Could Upend Color Customization for Clothing and Shoes

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Color could soon be something apparel and footwear consumers have the ability to change post purchase. MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) has developed a technology using reprogrammable ink the university says could give consumers the ability to change the color and design of a product at-will, which could allow for endless and…

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