V. E. Kuzmichev et al., "3D Body Scanning Technology for Virtual Design of System Body-Clothes", in Proc. of 2nd Int. Conf. on 3D Body Scanning Technologies, Lugano, Switzerland, 2011, pp. 66-75, http://dx.doi.org/10.15221/11.066.
3D Body Scanning Technology for Virtual Design of System "Body-Clothes"
Victor E. KUZMICHEV, Natalia A. SAHAROVA, Gregory I. CHISTOBORODOV
Ivanovo State Textile Academy, Russia
New systematic approach for an analysis and a synthesis of virtual systems "body-clothes" by means of the bodyscanner is developed. All TELMAT and VITUS possibilities in new information obtaining after the scanning real human bodies and system "body-clothes" were used. Data bases of new method are included several parts, such as (1) a parametric features of basic block pattern (front, back, and one-seam or two-seam sleeves) connected with the human body morphology, (2) a parametric features of modified pattern (square and counter lines configuration) shaping in accordance with the desirable clothes styles, (3) and a textile materials properties measured by special methods. All subjects - patterns, on one hand, and front and profile views, horizontal and vertical cross-sections of system "body-clothes", on other hand, were parameterized. For realistic virtual design of system "body-clothes" a new methods of textile materials testing which allowed to reproduce the real behavior of clothes or their parts are created. New technology based on the new software was applied for designing mass-production clothes (women down jacket and coat, men trousers, women's dresses and blouses).
3D body scanning, clothes, shaping, pattern making, textile material
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