The main focus will be on 3D simulation in Vidya, software for 3D clothing simulation. Vidya can visualise and simulate collections, with correct body dimension data, original Computer Aided Design (CAD) and real material parameters, so fewer sample pieces have to be sewn, saving time and costs.
Vidya data can also be used throughout the entire fashion process – in the “Virtual Mirror”, for example, a product for digital fitting that Human Solutions will also be exhibiting.
The company will also showcase VITUS, a 3D colour body scanner that allows taking photo-realistic image of a body with 150 measurements. The colour textures of the scanner can make the virtual fitting of garments more realistic. (HO)
Human Solutions GmbH
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