Freeform surface is adopted to represent the complex geometry models of apparel products. When designing the complex surface of an apparel product, abstractions are stored in draping for apparel design pdf with the models using a non-manifold data structure. Apparel products are essentially designed with reference to human body features, and thus share a common set of features as the human model.
Therefore, the parametric feature-based modeling enables the automatic generation of fitted garments on differing body shapes. In our approach, different apparel products are each represented by a specific feature template preserving its individual characteristics and styling. When the specific feature template is encoded as the equivalent human body feature template, it automates the generation of made-to-measure apparel products. The encoding process is performed in 3D, which fundamentally solves the fitting problems of the 2D tailoring and pattern-making process. This paper gives an integrated solution scheme all above problems. Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution. Assistant Professor at the Department of Automation and Computer-Aided Engineering, the Chinese University of Hong Kong.