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Virtual Design of System "Body-Dress" Improving with Scanning Technologies
Victor E. KUZMICHEV 1,3, Jiaqi YAN 2, Shichao ZHANG 2
1 Ivanovo State Polytechnic University, Department of Garment Design, Ivanovo, Russia;
2 Wuhan Textile University, School of Fashion, 1000 Talent Plan Laboratory, Wuhan, China;
3 Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service, Vladivostok, Russia
This exploration is aimed to improve the database used 3D CAD design to get more realistic virtual systems by means of 3D body scanning technologies. In reality, systems "body - clothes" have changed much when the pattern blocks modified under influence of different fabrics and clothes construction, while the virtual systems showed diverse results. In our research, to improve the process of virtual simulation and predict its results, the materials' mechanical properties were measured and air volume located between the body and clothes and other essential parameters of scanned dresses were calculated. To design more realistic virtual systems "female body-dress", the database were especially promoted in accordance with demands of fit and balance influencing by the dress styles and textile materials. New database will allow to do more realistic simulation based on the synergy effect of significant factors combination including textile materials properties, fit indexes, and dress shapes.
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