ThreadRobe is a clothing organizer that can pick outfits based on the wearer's preference, as well as keep them crisp and neat

With the development of robots designed to fold a user's clothing, ThreadRobe took this concept a step further due to a person having to keep track of their clothing and having places to store it. ThreadRobe is an application-controlled device that not only folds a person's clothing, but keeps track of it, stores it, presents a user with recommended outfits, and steams it.

When a user has put their clothing through their washer and dryer they can place it in ThreadRobe's bin to get processed. However, before this happens, they have to attach an RFID tag permanently to the item. With the tag attached, a user takes a picture of the clothing and enters a brief description of it in the application. The RFID allows the sensors in the bin to keep track of it and stores information about it in the application.

When a user wants to choose an outfit for the day they consult the application. They can freely choose to remove any article of clothing they want from the ThreadRobe, or review the recommended outfits. The recommended outfits compare all of the clothing stored in the application. A user can limit these recommendations by narrowing them down to categories, such as clothing for special events, the type of season it is, or the color. When an outfit gets picked out, the ThreadRobe returns the items in its storage back to its bin to get steamed.

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Not all articles of clothing can go inside of ThreadRobe. Bulky items such as shoes, handbags, heavy jackets, and belts have to remain elsewhere. These can still go into the application for a user to create outfits with, however. While shopping a user can compare an item they'd like to buy to see if it would fit with other clothing they have. This could help users who shop for items and then only wear them once.

ThreadRobe comes in two sizes, solo and solo+. The solo holds up to 100 items of clothing and is designed for one person, whereas the solo+ can hold 200 items and was made for couples who share closet space.

Both models are available for preorder on the company's website.

ThreadRobe

With the development of robots designed to fold a user's clothing, ThreadRobe took this concept a step further due to a person having to keep track of their clothing and having places to store it. ThreadRobe is an application-controlled device that not only folds a person's clothing, but keeps track of it, stores it, presents a user with recommended outfits, and steams it.

When a user has put their clothing through their washer and dryer they can place it in ThreadRobe's bin to get processed. However, before this happens, they have to attach an RFID tag permanently to the item. With the tag attached, a user takes a picture of the clothing and enters a brief description of it in the application. The RFID allows the sensors in the bin to keep track of it and stores information about it in the application.