3d Scanning: Draping Virtual Textiles

Workshop


Apr 3rd,

1:00pm — 4:00pm


Location: ZOOM! (Link To Come)

About The Workshop

DUE TO COVID-19 THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN DELAYED


We are working on an update to this workshop to conduct it remotely. More Soon


We will begin by 3D scanning your body, or the object of your choice. Then, you will take a 2D pattern and assemble it on an avatar of yourself, or the object of your choice. Add style lines, color, textiles, and a graphic to the design. You will export an image and a 3D gif of yourself in a garment or textile shape that you designed, and you will have a 2D pattern file that you can print in actual size.

Cross Disciplinary Connections

A designer, artist or an architect who wants to cover a form will find the CAD patternmaking and Browzwear virtual design capabilities useful.

Takeaways

A file of your scanned body in 3D. A 2D pattern file that you can print in actual size.
Experience with Browzwear’s Lotta and V-Stitcher programs, Experience 3D scanning with a structure scanner.

Next Steps

Workshop participants can enroll in Introduction to Fashion and further their fashion design knowledge. If enough interest is expressed, a SFS elective class building and expanding these skills may be offered. The Browzwear software may be made available to interested persons for a limited time.

Instructors

  • Mary Ruppert-Stroescu

    Mary Ruppert-Stroescu is an Associate Professor at the Sam Fox school. She has worked as a professional fashion designer and entrepreneur in Europe and the US, and her research includes exploring the intersection of technology and design.