The company uses 14 infrared sensors to scan a customer’s body and provide 120 precise measurements, but the 3D tech is more interested in keeping a firm record of this traditional craft, according to Gay Giano’s business development director Matthew Lee (pictured here in a reflected surface). Photo: Jonathan Wong

Sensors and sensibility: Hong Kong-based Gay Giano 3D Tailor to offer previews of final cuts using suitable hi-tech software

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The company uses 14 infrared sensors to scan a customer’s body and provide 120 precise measurements, but the 3D tech is more interested in keeping a firm record of this traditional craft, according to Gay Giano’s business development director Matthew Lee (pictured here in a reflected surface). Photo: Jonathan Wong
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