Under Armour predict the future of sportswear in 3D printing and IoT

NOT 3D printed, but could be in the future: The UA ClutchFit 3.0 3D in the lab. Photo via: Under ArmourSports apparel and accessories company Under Armour (NYSE:UAA), headquartered in Maryland, are looking to use big data to create bespoke, and 3D printed, products on-demand for their customers.

Creating these bespoke products will incorporate the IoT (Internet of Things) vision of a world where devices talk to each other.

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