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Working Group Progress for IEEE P3141 - Standard for 3D Body Processing, 2019-2020
Carol MCDONALD 1, Alfredo BALLESTER 2, Randy K RANNOW 3, Alice BULLAS 4, Dinesh K PAI 5,6, William GLASCOE 7, Warren WRIGHT 8, Emma SCOTT 9
1 Gneiss Concept, Washougal WA, USA;
2 Instituto de Biomecanica, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia (IBV), Valencia, Spain;
3 Silverdraft Supercomputing, Boise ID, USA;
4 Centre for Sports Engineering Research, Sheffield Hallam University, UK;
5 Vital Mechanics Research, Vancouver BC, Canada;
6 University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC, Canada;
7 Web3D Consortium, Mountain View CA, USA;
8 Size Stream LLC, Cary NC, USA;
9 Fashion Should Empower Research Group, Victoria BC, Canada
The 3D Body Processing Industry Connections (3DBP IC) group, an adjunct to IEEE P3141 Working Group (WG) is developing recommendations for 3D body processing interoperability to enable the exchange of 3D human body anthropometric related information across an ecosystem encompassing consumers to creators. Representatives from diverse industries aim to establish operating principles to aid in the transformation of the retail experience. This paper also updates the status of the IEEE P3141 Working Group, Standard for 3D Body Processing (3DBP) Working Group.
This paper summarizes the 3DBP activities conducted during the past year (Q4 2019 - 2020) and provides an overview of the topics to be addressed in 2021. During 2020, the working group published two white papers focused on the Comparative Analysis of Measurement Methods, Past, Present, and the Future of 3D Scanning, and 3D Foot Measurements Terminology.
3D Body Processing, Landmarks, Measurements, Anthropometry, 3D Scanning, File Formats, Metadata, Comparative Analysis, Footwear, Apparel, Communication, Security, and Privacy, Standards
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