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Web-Based Human Body Modeling by Restricted Number of Anthropometric Data
Igor GONCHARENKO 1, Heihachi UEKI 1, Katsuaki TAKASHIBA 1, Masaaki MOCHIMARU 2, Makiko KOUCHI 2, Satoko USUI 3, Masakazu ODAHARA 3
1 I-Net Corp., Tokyo, Japan;
2 AIST, Tokyo, Japan;
3 Nihon Unisys Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
The purpose of this work is to develop a system to model variations of prognostic body shapes by individual 3D scan data and to provide the modeling results to the users via the Internet. The client interface allows the users to browse the processed data in a 3D GUI, to simulate body shapes with new desired body measurements (such as weight, waist, chest circumferences, etc.), and to generate printed reports. Modeling can be controlled by a few body dimensions, or even by one measurement. Statistical ground of the modeling control method is given.
Human body modeling, simulation, 3D Web interfaces
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