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Design of 3D compression upper wear based on skin deformation during arm abduction
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  • Journal title : Korean Journal of Human Ecology
  • Volume 24, Issue 5,  2015, pp.687-700
  • Publisher : Korean Association of Human Ecology
  • DOI : 10.5934/kjhe.2015.24.5.687
 Title & Authors
Design of 3D compression upper wear based on skin deformation during arm abduction
Kim, Nam Yim; Wu, Yan Jun; Hong, Kyunghi;
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 Abstract
Lines of non-extension (LoNEs) on torso surface during arm abduction were investigated to provide appropriate location for inserting less-extensible yarns which can be used as seams for design and or clothing pressure variation. As experimental methods, reference points about 3 cm apart were marked on the skin and scanned at 30, and arm abduction. Skin deformation was measured by connecting reference points in horizontal, vertical and various angles of diagonal directions. Observation of skin deformation was made within the separated sections of the torso as well as integrated ones to cover the various occasions of design application. LoNEs of front and back torso were provided as mapping lines. Actual compression wear of three types was constructed with different pattern reduction rate at each separated section using LoNEs as boundary cutting lines. Clothing pressure and subjective evaluations of those three compression wear were evaluated by six subjects. LoNEs found in this study were useful as seam lines to differentiate clothing pressure at each part of the body, providing positive wear sensation. It is also expected that LoNEs can be paths for less strechable conductive yarns of IT-integrated upper garments.
 Keywords
lines of non-extension of skin;compression wear;clothing pressure;seam;3D scan;
 Language
Korean
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