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Pressure and comfort perception in the system “female body–dress”

Pressure and comfort perception in the system “female body–dress” Abstract The three-dimensional (3D) Garment virtual technology is expected to help the designers to turn own trends and ideas into the creative samples more quickly with 3D simulation and the visualization of the pressure values and stress points where the fabric might be too tight against the body. The aim of this study is to present the wearer perceptions of woven fabric in 22 anthropometrical points located on the women torso, which can then be helpful to accurately predict the ease and tightness of a garment in 3D Garment virtual try-on system. For establishing the common principles joining the eases value designed on pattern block and the pressure perception in the system “body–dress”, we took the experiment with the women using Flexiforce Sensor® and ELF® system concerning the woman dresses with sleeve-in as the basic garment category. The objective pressure measured on seven levels of woman torso wearing the dresses designed by different ease distribution. All points and levels of the pressure measuring reflected to the daily movements, and the results obtained were compared with the corresponding subjective comfort perception from the wearer. The relationship between the ease values designed on 2D pattern and the pressure perception from the wearer were analysed to supply the theoretical reference for 3D virtual try-on system improvement. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Autex Research Journal de Gruyter

Pressure and comfort perception in the system “female body–dress”

Autex Research Journal , Volume 13 (3) – Sep 30, 2013

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de Gruyter
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1470-9589
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10.2478/v10304-012-0032-6
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Abstract

Abstract The three-dimensional (3D) Garment virtual technology is expected to help the designers to turn own trends and ideas into the creative samples more quickly with 3D simulation and the visualization of the pressure values and stress points where the fabric might be too tight against the body. The aim of this study is to present the wearer perceptions of woven fabric in 22 anthropometrical points located on the women torso, which can then be helpful to accurately predict the ease and tightness of a garment in 3D Garment virtual try-on system. For establishing the common principles joining the eases value designed on pattern block and the pressure perception in the system “body–dress”, we took the experiment with the women using Flexiforce Sensor® and ELF® system concerning the woman dresses with sleeve-in as the basic garment category. The objective pressure measured on seven levels of woman torso wearing the dresses designed by different ease distribution. All points and levels of the pressure measuring reflected to the daily movements, and the results obtained were compared with the corresponding subjective comfort perception from the wearer. The relationship between the ease values designed on 2D pattern and the pressure perception from the wearer were analysed to supply the theoretical reference for 3D virtual try-on system improvement.

Journal

Autex Research Journalde Gruyter

Published: Sep 30, 2013

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