The current, simplified prototype isn’t perfect, but Rozov says this version is the closest he’s come to realizing the vision inside his head. As it stands, the user simply has to adjust two clips to secure the garment. Sensors then determine what type of garment it is—like a shirt or a pair of jeans—and folds accordingly. Humans are still needed to oversee the process, though. “The item size is mainly what we’re concerned: the thickness, the length, and the width,” Rozov says. So if you’re doing multiple shirts in a row, you can just keep feeding them to the machine, but if you’re changing from shirts to jeans, the clips will have to be adjusted.