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3D-model annotation for Computer Aided Design in augmented reality

IJsselmuiden, M.J.H. van (2018) 3D-model annotation for Computer Aided Design in augmented reality.

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Abstract:An augmented reality application allowing for annotation of 3D models suited for CAD, focused on the fashion industry, has been designed. The goal of the annotation application is to improve the performance of fashion designers. To achieve this, research has been done in the domains of augmented reality, interaction methods for immersive XR, cloth simulation and feedback methods. A state of the art research was conducted, where several interaction methods were evaluated based on selected criteria. Based on the state of the art research, several ideas were developed that are suited for the context of the project. These ideas have been evaluated and selected. From the selection of the ideas, a specification has been made. The specification described to develop a prototype of an augmented reality application allowing for annotation, workout out in Unity using the Meta 2 AR device. The best interaction method that has been suited for the functionalities of the application has been determined after three prototype iterations. The interaction method that had proven to be best, was a self-developed ‘pushpin’ method, which makes use of the SLAM-tracking of the Meta 2 device. Evaluation of the final prototype showed that the prototype is a successful design of an augmented reality application, allowing for reviewing via annotations of 3D garments designed via CAD software. However, before this product can be implemented in the correct context, several aspects have to be improved and professionalized.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Clients:
Hecla, Hengelo, The Netherlands
Tommy Hilfiger, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:50 technical science in general, 54 computer science
Programme:Creative Technology BSc (50447)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/77421
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