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2018 | 106 | 81-92
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Assessment of color change of fabrics using the DigiEye device

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In the textile industry a very important feature of materials intended for clothing products is their color. This feature is assessed by each user in a subjective way, however the color of a clothing product is an aesthetic feature that is of great importance during product manufacture. The article presents an innovative device for assessing the color change of DigiEye. The device was used to compare and evaluate the color change of fabrics before the washing process and after 5 washes.
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106
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81-92
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  • Institute of Architecture of Textiles, Faculty of Material Technologies and Textile Design, Lodz University of Technology, Lodz, Poland
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