Year 2015, Volume 27, Issue 0, Pages 32 - 39 2015-07-09

How to integrate recent development in technology with Digital Prototype textile and apparel applications

Evridiki PAPACHRISTOU [1] , Nikolaos BILALIS [2]

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The textile and clothing industry is moving away from its traditional roots in an attempt to revive the fortunes of this mature industry, through the adoption of novel technologies. Digital Prototypes are used as an essential tool in the modern design process. The integration can speed up the design process and affect competition between companies. Typical applications are digital textile and fashion design, pattern generation to custom-design clothing, fitting evaluation, style editing, and virtual try-on. However, new product developments in textiles and clothing have widened our views of the world and must also be covered. The ever-growing spectrum of smart textiles and wearable technologies has the potential to take the textile industry in a completely new & sustainable direction, far beyond its traditional roots. The integration of smart functionality into clothing and other textile products into the digital prototype is essential in order to alter our relationship with them and the way we use them.

Digital Prototype; Apparel; Virtual try-on; Technology integration, New product development model
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Primary Language en
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Author: Evridiki PAPACHRISTOU

Author: Nikolaos BILALIS

Dates

Publication Date: July 9, 2015

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APA PAPACHRISTOU, E , BILALIS, N . (2015). How to integrate recent development in technology with Digital Prototype textile and apparel applications. Marmara Fen Bilimleri Dergisi, 27 (0), 32-39. Retrieved from http://dergipark.org.tr/marufbd/issue/17889/187519
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