Paper 10.166

D. Bruner, "Mass Implementation of 3D Body Scanners for Human Body Measurement for Applications in Apparel, Fashion, Anthropometrics, Health, Fitness and Entertainment", in Proc. of 1st Int. Conf. on 3D Body Scanning Technologies, Lugano, Switzerland, 2010, p. 166.


Mass Implementation of 3D body scanners for Human Body Measurement for applications in Apparel, Fashion, Anthropometrics, Health, Fitness and Entertainment



[TC]2, Textile/Clothing Technology Corp., Cary (NC), USA


[TC]2 and its associated brand, ImageTwin, are the world leaders in 3D body scanning hardware and software. [TC]2 provides 3D body scanning solutions in apparel, virtual fashion, health/fitness, medical, gaming, and online virtual worlds applications.
A strategic goal for [TC]2 is to provide the ability for anyone anywhere to be able to create a high quality digital model of their body for a wide variety of purposes. These uses begin with apparel applications and include such things as made to measure clothing, size prediction of stock size clothing, and real time visualization of clothing on your body (virtual fashion). The applications provide significant value to manufacturers, retailers, and consumers by providing information about the consumer that greatly enhances the efficiency of the supply pipeline and increases customer satisfaction while reducing returns. Other high value applications utilizing 3D digital bodies include health, fitness, and medical applications as well as entertainment and gaming.


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Proceedings: 3DBST 2010, 19-20 Oct. 2010, Lugano, Switzerland
Pages: 166
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