Adjustment of Virtual Mannequins through Anthropometric Measurements, Cluster Analysis and Content-based Retrieval of 3-D Body Scans

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ConferenceIEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, October 2007.
Volume56
Issue5
AbstractComputer generated models of the human body generally do not adequately model the complex human morphology. These models therefore do not reflect the anthropometric realities and are not specific enough for commercial use. This paper presents an approach to adjust virtual models through the use of body measurements as obtained from an anthropometric data set. In this approach, the measurements are used to group three-dimensional body scans, obtained using precise opto-electronic measurement devices, into clusters. The virtual mannequins are then adjusted by using the measurements of nearest cluster member. In this way, realistic, accurate virtual mannequins are created.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Information Technology; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number48821
NPARC number5764904
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