Paper 15.300

W. O. Glascoe III and D. Bruner, "300 Body Scans in a Year: Data for Lifegraph Solutions", in Proc. of 6th Int. Conf. on 3D Body Scanning Technologies, Lugano, Switzerland, 2015, pp. 300-309,


300 Body Scans in a Year: Data for Lifegraph Solutions


William O. GLASCOE III 1, David BRUNER 2

1 LifeGraphs, LLC, Gaithersburg (MD), USA;
2 SizeStream Inc., Cary (NC), USA


A lifelong addiction to a multi-modal digital double that educates your parents, then you and your offspring, informs you of environmental factors and enables monetization of your life's plan, presence and past, in part or entirety, starts with 3D-body scanning. A vision for a LifeGraph (LG) product composed of a Human HealthGraph (HHG) built on the daily acquisition of a whole-body surface scan using a personalized body scaffold for a multi-modal sensor array with total-body field of view (FOV) is presented. Based on the history, state and trends in digital human modeling & simulation, motion capture and humanoid animation LG/HHG requirements are discussed. A summary of 300 body scans of the author from August 2014 to August 2015 is presented. A portfolio of projects to develop the LG/HHG product line for the prototypical 100-year human life is presented in the context of daily, if not, continuous education, measurement and monetization.


Full paper: 15.300.pdf
Proceedings: 3DBST 2015, 27-28 Oct. 2015, Lugano, Switzerland
Pages: 300-309
DOI: 10.15221/15.300

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