Everybody Immersive Fashion_Human-Computer Interaction in VR

Kennedy, K 2018, 'Everybody Immersive Fashion_Human-Computer Interaction in VR' in Wai Keung Wong (ed.) Artificial Intelligence on Fashion and Textiles, Springer, Switzerland, pp. 37-44.


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Title Everybody Immersive Fashion_Human-Computer Interaction in VR
Author(s) Kennedy, K
Year 2018
Title of book Artificial Intelligence on Fashion and Textiles
Publisher Springer
Place of publication Switzerland
Editor(s) Wai Keung Wong
Start page 37
End page 44
Subjects Virtual Reality and Related Simulation
Textile and Fashion Design
Digital and Interaction Design
Summary This paper discusses preliminary research into the use and application of virtual reality (VR) as an immersive design environment for conceptual and technical development of fashion and apparel, for individual bodies. The aim of the research was to investigate participant engagement and response to first, immersion in the VR environment and second to avatars created from 'real' 3d body scan data as an alternative body format to the average, standard or ideal 'fashion' body. The research was undertaken in VR workshops, Everybody: Immersive Fashion Design, at the Slow Fashion Studio during the RMIT Gallery/Goethe-Institut's Fast Fashion: the dark side of fashion exhibition (21 July-9 September 2017). Workshop participants were immersed in a VR environment using HTC VIVE hardware and the creative drawing tool, Google Tilt Brush. Participants were instructed to; first, accustom themselves to the VR (VIVE) environment, second, to learn basic (Tilt Brush) functions and third, to select a 3D database avatar and create a virtual garment. Workshops were open for public participation and no prior VR experience was necessary. Findings suggest the VR domain has potential as a viable Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) domain for both creative and technical apparel design and applicable to a diverse body range.
Copyright notice © Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2019
Keyword(s) Virtual reality
VR
Human-Computer interaction
HCI
Clothing size
Anthropometric
Body scanning
DOI - identifier 10.1007/978-3-319-99695-0_5
ISBN 9783319996943
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