The effect of link-length and vertex angle on mesh generation and pattern flattening for virtual clothing

Abu Sadat Muhammad Sayem, Richard Kennon, Nick Clarke, Steven George Hayes
  • International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, August 2016, Emerald
  • DOI: 10.1108/ijcst-04-2015-0046

Virtual Clothing and Automatic Pattern Unwrapping

What is it about?

Extracting 2D pattern pieces from a 3D Design of a garment is a time-saving approach to pattern cutting for clothing production. It also offer the right-first time physical prototype to manufactured.

Why is it important?

It can combine fashion illustration and pattern design/cutting into a single step.

Perspectives

Dr Abu Sadat Muhammad Sayem (Author)
Manchester Metropolitan University

The findings of this study can universally be applied to simplify the tasks of virtual clothing prototyping and pattern unwrapping using commercial software packages

The following have contributed to this page: Dr Abu Sadat Muhammad Sayem and Steven Hayes