Exploration of this activity may include:
- Identify and classify types of 3D body processing technologies
- Identify and classify use cases of 3D body processing
- Identify gaps in existing nascent standards and recommended practices as 3D body processing spreads beyond first adopters
- Identify need and propose PARs for new standards and best practices for 3D body processing and adjacent technologies (like 2D augmented reality)
Download Complimentary White Papers
- IEEE Industry Connections (IEEE-IC) 3D Body Processing (3DBP) Initiative - An Introduction
This white paper introduces the background, goals, and status for the IEEE 3D body processing (3DBP) initiative. This initiative was launched in the first quarter of 2016 with an initial focus on exploring technology standardization opportunities for hardware and software technologies across the 3D body processing pipeline; i.e., from scanning of people and creating body model data to simulating, modeling, analytics, and visualization. Click here to download
- IEEE Industry Connections (IEEE‐IC) Landmarks and Measurement Standards Comparison in 3D Body‐model Processing
This white paper reviews the current standards landscape for three‐dimensional body scanning, body landmarking, and measuring. International standards are compared and recommendations are made for a minimal set of landmarks and measurements (L&M) needed for several industrial use cases of 3D Body Processing such as fit and size estimation, retail, clothing manufacturing, CAD tool developers, and body model storage and service. Click here to download
- IEEE Industry Connections (IEEE‐IC) Personalized Digital Last (a Women’s Example)—The Tool Required to Enable Mass Customization
This white paper examines the development of a personalized digital last and the impact on the role of footwear technicians. As the personalized digital last becomes the basis of future footwear production, the role of footwear technicians may expand to include a broader definition of fit, maintaining libraries of different lasts, and maintaining quality safeguards for mass customized of footwear. Click here to download
The background, goals, and status for the IEEE 3D body processing (3DBP) initiative are introduced in this white paper. This initiative was launched in the first quarter of 2016 with an initial focus on exploring technology standardization opportunities for hardware and software technologies across the 3D body processing pipeline; i.e., from scanning of people and creating body model data to simulating, modeling, analytics, and visualization.
Learn how IEEE Standards Activities for 3D Body Processing (3DBP) Technology are helping to accelerate the Immersive Consumer Experience. View videos from the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics 2017.
We invite you to learn more about IEEE P3141™, the project standard that helps to address the fundamental attributes that contribute to 3D body processing quality of experiences, as well as identifying and analyzing existing metrics and other useful information relating to these attributes. For additional information on how to join, visit IEEE P3141™.
We welcome individuals that are interested in elevating the virtual and in-store retail shopping experience to a new level.
Join us to move forward with activities that may include standardization efforts around format types and classifications; quality specifications and metrics; test methods; communication; sharing and security protocols; and privacy guides are under consideration.
Industry Connections Program Administrator
Luciano C. Oviedo, Chair, IEEE-SA IC 3D Body Processing Working Group Strategy & Product Development, Intel