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Google and Levi’s are working on their next smart jacket

It’s only been about three weeks since the Levi’s Commuter smart jacket[1] arrived in stores, but the denim maker is already working on the next iteration.

Google and Levi’s are already working on smart jacket 2.0.

Sean Hollister/CNET

The jacket features a cuff with touch-enabled fabric and a Bluetooth connection, presumably making it easier for cyclists to wirelessly access phone controls. Levi’s unveiled the product last year[2] as part of a collaboration with Google’s Project Jacquard[3], which weaves touch technology into fabrics[4]. Speaking at the WSJD tech conference in Laguna Beach, California, on Tuesday, Levi’s CEO Chip Bergh said the two companies plan to incorporate more functionality in the jacket, which would involve cutting the need to pull your phone out all the time.

“I’ve been asked the question before, ‘When will you know if this is a success?'” Bergh said. “My answer is, ‘I already know it’s a success, because we’ve learned so much about how to innovate by partnering with Google.” At one point in the creation process, he revealed, a jacket sleeve caught on fire. Google loved the situation, exclaiming, “That gives us a problem to solve!”

“We’re now embracing failure a lot more readily,” Bergh said. “It was two very, very different cultures coming together trying to solve a common problem.” Bergh also spoke about the perks of Levi’s longtime supplier relationship with Amazon. “They attract the most eyeballs,” he said. “Eyeballs matter when you’re online.”

Levi’s is also trying to lead some of its own innovation in the online space. The company recently launched a chatbot on its site[5] that serves as a virtual stylist. The Smartest Stuff[6]: Innovators are thinking up new ways to make you, and the things around you, smarter.

Batteries Not Included[7]: The CNET team reminds us why tech is cool.

References

  1. ^ Levi’s Commuter smart jacket (www.cnet.com)
  2. ^ unveiled the product last year (www.cnet.com)
  3. ^ Google’s Project Jacquard (www.cnet.com)
  4. ^ weaves touch technology into fabrics (atap.google.com)
  5. ^ recently launched a chatbot on its site (www.levistrauss.com)
  6. ^ The Smartest Stuff (www.cnet.com)
  7. ^ Batteries Not Included (www.cnet.com)

Google and Levi’s are working on their next smart jacket

It’s only been about three weeks since the Levi’s Commuter smart jacket[1] arrived in stores, but the denim maker is already working on the next iteration.

Google and Levi’s are already working on smart jacket 2.0.

Sean Hollister/CNET

The jacket features a cuff with touch-enabled fabric and a Bluetooth connection, presumably making it easier for cyclists to wirelessly access phone controls. Levi’s unveiled the product last year[2] as part of a collaboration with Google’s Project Jacquard[3], which weaves touch technology into fabrics[4]. Speaking at the WSJD tech conference in Laguna Beach, California, on Tuesday, Levi’s CEO Chip Bergh said the two companies plan to incorporate more functionality in the jacket, which would involve cutting the need to pull your phone out all the time.

“I’ve been asked the question before, ‘When will you know if this is a success?'” Bergh said. “My answer is, ‘I already know it’s a success, because we’ve learned so much about how to innovate by partnering with Google.” At one point in the creation process, he revealed, a jacket sleeve caught on fire. Google loved the situation, exclaiming, “That gives us a problem to solve!”

“We’re now embracing failure a lot more readily,” Bergh said. “It was two very, very different cultures coming together trying to solve a common problem.” Bergh also spoke about the perks of Levi’s longtime supplier relationship with Amazon. “They attract the most eyeballs,” he said. “Eyeballs matter when you’re online.”

Levi’s is also trying to lead some of its own innovation in the online space. The company recently launched a chatbot on its site[5] that serves as a virtual stylist. The Smartest Stuff[6]: Innovators are thinking up new ways to make you, and the things around you, smarter.

Batteries Not Included[7]: The CNET team reminds us why tech is cool.

References

  1. ^ Levi’s Commuter smart jacket (www.cnet.com)
  2. ^ unveiled the product last year (www.cnet.com)
  3. ^ Google’s Project Jacquard (www.cnet.com)
  4. ^ weaves touch technology into fabrics (atap.google.com)
  5. ^ recently launched a chatbot on its site (www.levistrauss.com)
  6. ^ The Smartest Stuff (www.cnet.com)
  7. ^ Batteries Not Included (www.cnet.com)

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