Designing 2D and 3D Textiles Using Yarn Engineering and VR
DS 30: Proceedings of DESIGN 2002, the 7th International Design Conference, Dubrovnik
Editor: Marjanovic D.
Author: Stjepanovic, Zoran; Jezernik, Anton
Section: Industrial solutions
Virtual reality presents a promising technology that can be treated as a potential enrichment of conventional computer aided technologies. The contribution gives an overview of the application of yarn engineering and virtual reality for designing linear and flat textile structures, as well as clothing products. The possibilities are explored for setting-up the complex system for virtual fabric and garment development, which, together with the intelligent textile and garment manufacture, can be treated as the most important parts of the Global Retailing Concept with the aim to strengthen the producers’ position on the market building a completely new electronic-business offer.
Keywords: Yarn Engineering, 2D and 3D Textiles, Machine Learning, Virtual Reality