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Publikācija: Evaluation of Clothing Fit

Publication Type Full-text conference paper published in conference proceedings indexed in SCOPUS or WOS database
Funding for basic activity Market-oriented research
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Publication language English (en)
Title in original language Evaluation of Clothing Fit
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.5 Materials engineering
Authors Inga Dāboliņa
Liene Siliņa
Pēteris Apse-Apsītis
Keywords Clothing fit, pressure sensors
Abstract This paper focuses on analysis of clothing appearance and fit. Clothing fit ensures human body comfort in terms of microclimate, movements and the body well-being. Garments produced in serial production developed according sizing chart, which is suited to the individual measurements by indifference intervals only. Some, more elaborated systems use drop values. The fit is good for people whose size meets the middle of the table. If the measured values reach the end of the interval, fit is at risk. This is especially important for garments with integrated additional features. Clothing appearance and fit assessment methods are currently well developed - it is possible to assess the individual's 3D look and the distance from the body of the garment. Such an analysis can be done either through virtual simulation or by scanning a real person and/or sample. However, none of aforementioned methods assess the individual's senses in clothing. Therefore, a system is proposed which allows evaluating the analysis of clothing pressure.
DOI: 10.1088/1757-899X/459/1/012077
Hyperlink: http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1757-899X/459/1/012077/pdf 
Reference Dāboliņa, I., Siliņa, L., Apse-Apsītis, P. Evaluation of Clothing Fit. In: IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, Greece, Mitilene, 5-7 September, 2018. iopscience.iop.org: IOP Publishing, 2018, pp.1-6. ISSN 1757-8981. e-ISSN 1757-899X. Available from: doi:10.1088/1757-899X/459/1/012077
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