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Comparative Studies | Textile Engineering | India | Volume 3 Issue 4, April 2014
Comparative Analysis of Garment Developed On Virtual Human Skinned Model and Virtual Human Mesh Model
R. Anil Kumar  | R. I. Sathya
Abstract: Virtual Human environment has provided tremendous scopes in designing and fit analysis of garment directly on 2D and 3D human model. This paper provides a comparison on the garment that is developed on a human skinned model and virtual human mesh model. The front and the back posture of the virtual model are snapped and this image of the virtual model is used as a base to design the garment. Same style of the garment is developed on a snapped human mesh model. The comparative analysis of both the garmented model provides a feasible understanding that human mesh models provide accurate digitizing of the nodes on the mesh which acts as a guide, where as the skinned human model doesnt provide accurate marking but provides real time simulation of the garment with wide designing and editing options. The human mesh model provides accurate marking and garment designing options without any shape de-formality and asymmetry in balancing garment parts.
Keywords: Virtual Environment, 2D model, Real time simulation, Imaging, Digitizing
Edition: Volume 3 Issue 4, April 2014,
Pages: 718 - 722