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Research of 3D Body Models Computer Adjustment Based on Anthropometric Data Determined by Laser 3D Scanner
Slavenka PETRAK, Maja MAHNIC, Darko UJEVIC
Faculty of Textile Technology, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
The paper presents the investigation of the computer 3D body model adjustment possibilities for the implementation in the 3D CAD system for computer-aided design and garment simulation. In this context, three methods of connecting data on measurements and body shape found by using 3D body scanner and 2D/3D CAD system for computer-aided design and garment simulation were investigated. The first method refers to the research of the possibilities of interactive avatar adjustment in the CAD system based on the analysis of the anthropometric characteristics of the body and measurements found by using a 3D body scanner. The second method involves establishing a systematic record of body measurements found by using a 3D body scanner as the input record format in a 3D CAD system, which is used for automatic avatar adjustment. The third method involves creating a computer record of the body model using the program for 3D scanning, that is suitable for the direct implementation in the 3D CAD system for garment simulation.
3D body scanning, CAD system, parametric body model, clothing simulation
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