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From Roman Garment to Haute-Couture with the Fashionizer Plateform

Magnenat-Thalmann, N. and Dellas, F. and Luible, C. and Volino, P.


Abstract: This paper presents a state of the art in the cloth simulation methods and two case studies on how to simulate ancient and high fashion garments with our new Fashionizer platform. The first application concerns the simulation of garments in a cultural heritage project, the Lifeplus project, where we had to simulate in real-time ancient roman clothes. The second application is the simulation of high fashion complex garments from famous fashion designers and these virtual garments have been shown on a screen in a museum next to the real hanged ones. The specific problems to solve while designing ancient garments and high fashion garments are discussed and the making of these garments is explained. Finally, there is an analysis of avenues of research: what is missing, what would the fashion designers want to have, what is the next step to come?


@inproceedings{250,
  booktitle = {Proc. Virtual Systems and Multi Media (VSMM 2004)},
  author = {Magnenat-Thalmann, N. and Dellas, F. and Luible, C. and Volino, P.},
  title = {From Roman Garment to Haute-Couture with the Fashionizer Plateform},
  publisher = {OCSL Press Japan},
  pages = {2-12},
  month = nov,
  year = {2004},
  topic = {Virtual Heritage}
}