R. Choi and C.-S. Cho, "An Online Fitting Simulation System of a Garment Using 3D Body Data", in Proc. of 2nd Int. Conf. on 3D Body Scanning Technologies, Lugano, Switzerland, 2011, pp. 206-212, http://dx.doi.org/10.15221/11.206.
An Online Fitting Simulation System of a Garment Using 3D Body Data
Ran CHOI, Chang-Suk CHO
School of IT, Hanshin University, Yangsan-dong, Osan-si, Korea
We propose a garment fitting system for an online retail model, which uses a consumer's 3Dbody data for garment fitting. The front and back images of a garment is modeled as a garment to be fitted and the 3D laser scanned body data is modeled as the body. This system was made to imitate the way how human fits a garment, such as fitting a top from his neck to downwards and fits pants upwards. In order to do it, a simulation process for combining the 3D data and garment images is reported, which includes modeling, collision detection and feedback handling. As inputs of the garment fitting system, One-piece, T-shirts and pants were tested and reported with its successful results in this system. The resulting system would support an online retail business model for garments. In the proposed business model, a body data center would scan the body and store the 3D data, the simulated garment fitting program would be provided to individual consumers for fitting on a home PC, and retail shops would exhibit garment images on their websites.
3D body, laser scan, fitting simulation, garment
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