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Collaborative 3D-To-2D Tight-Fitting Garment Pattern Design Process for Scoliotic People

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Authors:

  • Hong Yan
    College of Textile and Clothing Engineering, Soochow University, Suzhou, P. R. China
  • Hong Yan
    Engineering, National Engineering Laboratory for Modern Silk (Suzhou), Suzhou, P. R. China
  • Hong Yan
    GEMTEX, ENSAIT, Roubaix, France
  • Hong Yan
    Technical University of Iasi, Iasi, Romania
  • Zeng Xianyi
    GEMTEX, ENSAIT, Roubaix, France
  • Bruniaux Pascal (j/w)
  • Liu Kaixuan (j/w)
  • Chen Yan
    College of Textile and Clothing Engineering, Soochow University, Suzhou, P. R. China
  • Chen Yan
    Engineering, National Engineering Laboratory for Modern Silk (Suzhou), Suzhou, P. R. China
  • Zhang Xujing
    College of Textile and Clothing Engineering, Soochow University, Suzhou, P. R. China
  • Zhang Xujing
    Engineering, National Engineering Laboratory for Modern Silk (Suzhou), Suzhou, P. R. China

Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4637

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Abstract:

This paper presents a virtual design process for a tight-fitting garment pattern for adapted consumer garments, aimed at consumers with scoliosis. The design process proposed is based on a virtual human model created using a 3D scanner, allowing simulation of the morphological shape of an individual with atypical physical deformations. Customized 2D and 3D virtual garment prototyping tools are used in combination to create productsthrough interactions between the consumer, designer and pattern maker. After following an interactive sequence: Scanning – Design – Display – Evaluation – Adjustment, a final design solution acceptable to both the designer and consumer can be obtained. Through this process, traditional 2D garment design knowledge, especially design rules influenced by the fabric information, is fully utilized to support the design process proposed. Using theknowledge based collaborative design process, design satisfaction can be largely improved.

Tags:

atypical morphology, virtual prototyping, collaborative design, sensory evaluation, design process.

Citation:

Hong Y, Zeng X, Bruniaux P, Liu K, Chen Y. Collaborative 3D-To-2D Tight-Fitting o Garment Pattern Design Process for Scoliotic People. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe 2017; 25, 5(125): 113-117. DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.4637

Published in issue no 5 (125) / 2017, pages 113–117.

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