Department of Computer Engineering
S E M I N A R
Augmented Cloth Fitting with Real Time Physics Simulation using Time-Of-Flight Cameras
MSc Student Student
Computer Engineering Department
This study surveys and proposes a method for an augmented cloth fitting with real time physics simulation. Augmented reality is an evolving field in computer science, finding many uses in entertainment and advertising. With the advances in cloth simulation and time-of-flight cameras, augmented cloth fitting in real-time is developed , to be used in textile industry in both design and sale stages. Estimation of occluded body parts and delay in cloth fitting due to processing time are two main challenges in this research. Human body is identified, articulated and tracked with a time-of-flight camera. Depending on the size and position of body limbs, a virtually simulated cloth is fitted in real time on the subject. Delay is reduced with GPU computing for cloth simulation and collision detection.
DATE: 05 March, 2012, Monday @ 16:40