Rachel, Miles, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, and Kenniscentrum Create-It
3D fashion design, 3D design software, Fashion design, and Digital prototyping
The short-term aim of this R&D project (financed by the Centre of Expertise Creative Industries) is to develop a virtually simulated textile database that renders 3D visual representations of these fabrics. The idea is for this database to be open source and be able to interface with 3D design applications such as those of Lectra. The textile database will include a number of different digital datasets per textile that contain information about the fabric’s drape, weight, flexibility etc., to virtually render prototypes in a 3D simulated environment. As such, in building garments via a 3D software design application, designers will be able to see how a garment changes as new textiles are applied, and how textiles behave when constructed as different garments. This will take place on 3D avatars, which may be bespoke body scans, and will allow for coordinated and precise fitting and grading.
In: International Conference on Software Engineering (14th : 1992 : Melbourne, Vic). 14th International Conference on Software Engineering: Proceedings. New York: Association for Computing Machinery, 1992: 158-172.
Marije, Kanis, Lectoraat Digital Life, Chantal, Steur, Wouter, Kievit, Steven, Versluis, Marcel, Bolten, Mettina, Veenstra, Lectoraat Digital Life, and Hogeschool van Amsterdam
This paper introduces an interactive scale model as a dynamic prototyping tool for designing public displays. This work particularly focuses on a technology-enhanced model that was developed for prototyping an interactive display for the Nieuwe Kerk, a historic church building on the Dam Square in Amsterdam.