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Development of the Slacks Pattern for the Elderly Women from 3D Virtual Garment Simulation

3D 가상착의에 의한 노년 여성의 슬랙스 패턴 설계

  • Lim, Jiyoung (Dept. of Fashion Design & Business, Daejeon University)
  • 임지영 (대전대학교 패션디자인.비즈니스학과)
  • Received : 2018.10.08
  • Accepted : 2018.12.21
  • Published : 2019.02.28

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to develop slacks pattern of elderly women aged over 60s by using the virtual twin and 3D virtual garment simulation system. The results were as follows; first, By using 3D Virtual Garment Simulation, new slacks pattern considered elderly women was development. The basic numerical formula were as follows, front waist girth W/4+2+1.5, back waist girth W/4+1.5+0.5, front hip girth H/4+0.75, back hip girth H/4+1.5, front crotch extension H/16-0.5, back crotch extension H/8-1.3, front dart amount 2 and back dart amount 1.5. Second, according to the results of the new slacks pattern's appearance evaluation, it estimated more highly than existing pattern in silhouette and ease amount, confirming that new slacks pattern is appropriate for the elderly women. Also, new slacks pattern was evaluated to allow proper space length of waist, abdomen and hip. Virtual models production through 3D body scan data, pattern draft and virtual garment digital program were applied to prototypic design method so as to enhance the fitness of ready-made garments. The use of the virtual twin made it impossible to comprehend the appearances and ease correspondent to motions. In order to evaluate wearing fitness, therefore, the system should be improved so as to change arm positions and perform various motions.

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 대전대학교

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