A method for increasing 3D body scanning’s precision: Gryphon and consecutive scanning
journal contributionposted on 14.06.2021, 10:41 by Christopher J. ParkerChristopher J. Parker, Simeon Gill, Adrian Harwood, Steven G Hayes, Maryam Ahmed
The fashion industry cannot use 3D Body Scanning to create custom garment patterns because its measurements fail to meet ISO 20685:2010’s tolerances. To advance 3D Body Scanning’s precision, we present Gryphon: an algorithm that removes the two most extreme measurements from five body scans; removing potentially erroneous data. We assess Gryphon’s precision against current industry practice, determine if consecutive and non-consecutive data capture influences precision, and determine 3D Body Scanning’s inherent imprecision inherent. We analyse 97 participants over 121 industry-standard measurements for consecutive and non-consecutive data-capture through MANOVA statistical analysis. Under current industry practice, only one measurement meets ISO 20685. However, under Gryphon and consecutive scanning, 97.5% of measurements meet ISO 20685. We also prove that the body’s in-scan movement does not affect reliability. Ultimately, we offer the fashion industry, ergonomists, and practitioners an accessible method to increase 3D Body Scanning’s precision at a level unavailable under previous methods.
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