ISRAEL: OptiTex upgrades 3D avatar
OptiTex has upgraded the female avatar used in its 3D CAD solutions by creating additional poses, body measurements and shoulder pad fit options to help designers in the fashion market improve garment fit issues.
The Eva avatar also features improved hair texture and facial characteristics.
There is also a specific morph of the avatar tailored to the underwear and lingerie industries with customisable settings.
"We strive on a daily basis to create more detailed avatars to reflect unique fits that exist outside of the virtual world," said OptiTex CEO Ran Machtinger.
Within the apparel industry the dialogue on sustainability has mainly focused on the production of ‘green products’ and the use of textile processing methods and supply chain strategies that reduce th...
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