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Anthropometric rigging for variable manikin appearance
conference contributionposted on 2018-02-19, 09:35 authored by Daniel Lundstrom, Keith CaseKeith Case, Dan Hogberg
DHM (Digital Human Modeling) tools have increasingly become a contributor to human factors engi-neering and user-centered design. Sources report however that little attention has been paid to the appear-ance of DHM virtual human models, i.e. manikins. Aspects of visual appearance have considerable im-pact on conveying beliefs and attitudes, something often used in industrial design to motivate solutions. This work aims to synthesis the need of correct anthropometric representation in DHM with the artistic freedom available in visual art industries and address the need of more humanlike appearances of manikins.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering
Published inEighth International Conference on Manufacturing Research, ICMR 2010 'Advances in Manufacturing Technology XXIV', the Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Manufacturing Research, ICMR 2010
Pages250 - 255
CitationLUNDSTROM, D., CASE, K. and HOGBERG, D., 2010. Anthropometric rigging for variable manikin appearance. Presented at 8th International Conference on Manufacturing Research (ICMR-2010), Durham, UK, 14-16th Sept., pp. 250- 255
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NotesThis is a conference paper.
Book seriesAdvances in Manufacturing Technology;XXIV