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Exploration on 3D imaging model construction of clothing fitting based on virtual reality technology

Exploration on 3D imaging model construction of clothing fitting based on virtual reality technology With the continuous development of virtual reality technology (VRt), the clothing industry has begun to use VRt to build three‐dimensional clothing fitting models, which provide consumers with a comprehensive range of fitting effects. However, the traditional 3D (three‐dimensional) imaging model construction method for clothing has certain shortcomings. For example, the construction of fitting models is a process from planar to three‐dimensional, while the three‐dimensional fitting model is a process from two‐dimensional to three‐dimensional, which makes it impossible for users to obtain a more intuitive, visual, and comprehensive fitting effect during fitting. On the basis of summarizing the existing methods for building 3D imaging models of clothing, this paper proposed a method for building 3D clothing fitting models based on VRt and applied it to actual clothing fitting. This provided consumers with a comprehensive method for fitting clothing, thereby improving the shopping efficiency and quality of consumers when purchasing clothing. The research results show that the proportion of positive evaluations using VRt systems was 92%, while the proportion of positive evaluations using conventional technology systems was only 10%, indicating a positive relationship between VRt and the construction of 3D imaging models for clothing fitting. The VRt‐based clothing fitting system has strong practical significance, but it is still in the preliminary exploration stage. The system proposed in this paper does not include face modeling function. Therefore, in the future, we can consider adding a face reconstruction module to build a more personalized human model through photo reconstruction and other ways. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Advanced Control for Applications Wiley

Exploration on 3D imaging model construction of clothing fitting based on virtual reality technology

Advanced Control for Applications , Volume Early View – Nov 22, 2023

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2578-0727
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10.1002/adc2.173
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Abstract

With the continuous development of virtual reality technology (VRt), the clothing industry has begun to use VRt to build three‐dimensional clothing fitting models, which provide consumers with a comprehensive range of fitting effects. However, the traditional 3D (three‐dimensional) imaging model construction method for clothing has certain shortcomings. For example, the construction of fitting models is a process from planar to three‐dimensional, while the three‐dimensional fitting model is a process from two‐dimensional to three‐dimensional, which makes it impossible for users to obtain a more intuitive, visual, and comprehensive fitting effect during fitting. On the basis of summarizing the existing methods for building 3D imaging models of clothing, this paper proposed a method for building 3D clothing fitting models based on VRt and applied it to actual clothing fitting. This provided consumers with a comprehensive method for fitting clothing, thereby improving the shopping efficiency and quality of consumers when purchasing clothing. The research results show that the proportion of positive evaluations using VRt systems was 92%, while the proportion of positive evaluations using conventional technology systems was only 10%, indicating a positive relationship between VRt and the construction of 3D imaging models for clothing fitting. The VRt‐based clothing fitting system has strong practical significance, but it is still in the preliminary exploration stage. The system proposed in this paper does not include face modeling function. Therefore, in the future, we can consider adding a face reconstruction module to build a more personalized human model through photo reconstruction and other ways.

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Advanced Control for ApplicationsWiley

Published: Nov 22, 2023

Keywords: 3D imaging model; skinning algorithm; virtual dress fitting

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