3DBODY.TECH 2019 - Paper 19.068

D. Zhang and S. Krzywinski, "Development of a Kinematic Human Model for Clothing and High Performance Garments", in Proc. of 3DBODY.TECH 2019 - 10th Int. Conf. and Exh. on 3D Body Scanning and Processing Technologies, Lugano, Switzerland, 22-23 Oct. 2019, pp. 68-73, doi:10.15221/19.068.


Development of a Kinematic Human Model for Clothing and High Performance Garments



TU Dresden, Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology, Germany


In recent years, there have been significant efforts directed towards the 3D product development of clothing on virtual human models. However, developers legitimately criticize that static human models are not suitable for the construction of sports, medical, and protective clothing. A garment that fits a static shape may be very uncomfortable while performing daily tasks including walking, sitting, or reaching. Without a realistic body shape and natural human postures, it is difficult to create properly fitting apparel. To improve wearing comfort and shorten development times, clothing must be designed based on specific body postures. Moreover, innovative knowledge about the interaction between body and garment during movement must be considerate.


Full paper: 19068zhang.pdf
Proceedings: 3DBODY.TECH 2019, 22-23 Oct. 2019, Lugano, Switzerland
Pages: 68-73
DOI: 10.15221/19.068

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