KnitSketch: A Sketch Pad for Conceptual Design of 2D Garment Patterns

@article{Ma2011KnitSketchAS,
  title={KnitSketch: A Sketch Pad for Conceptual Design of 2D Garment Patterns},
  author={Cui-Xia Ma and Yong-Jin Liu and Hai-Yan Yang and Dongxing Teng and Hong-An Wang and Guo-Zhong Dai},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering},
  year={2011},
  volume={8},
  pages={431-437}
}
In this paper, we present a new sketch-based system - KnitSketch, to improve the efficiency of process planning for knitting garments at an early design stage. The KnitSketch system utilizes sketching interface with the pen-paper metaphor and users only need to draw outlines of different parts of the garment. Based on sketching understanding, the system automatically makes reasonable geometric inferences about the process-planning data of the garment. The system is designed for nonprofessional… CONTINUE READING

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