Help Wanted: 3D clothing modeling for Indian women's clothing

  • Pure Elegance Comment actions Permalink

    Thank you. Requested the company to contact us. Very limited information about them on web

  • Pure Elegance Comment actions Permalink

    I agree. In fact we are exploring two other companies (Vue.ai and Flixstock) in the same space. While they do a good job of putting product pics on a model, they are not a solution for sample making (we literally can make infinite variations of our products with slightly altered configurations and mixing and matching and it is simply not practical to create/manufacture for each and every variation).

     

  • Angel Angel Comment actions Permalink

    Then use CLO3D.com and not MD [<< LINK] for the sample making aspect it is the sister company of MD which has the FREE closet styling facility for sample making process. That can handle the online sample making through to CG vray rendered visuals, as it also has other tools for the virtual sample making process with benefitbyclo - which is like Flixstock only a lot more integrated into the digital sample making process.

    1. style.clo-set.com/aboutus
    2. benefitbyclo.com
    3. clovirtualfashion.com/

     

    MD by itself is NOT the endpoint, CLO3D (the parent company of Marvelous Designer) is perhaps the best option here in terms of sample making.

     

  • Pure Elegance Comment actions Permalink

    Really appreciate your insight. We tried CLO3D but we do not need technical specification for dress making (as our processes are not standardized or automated and relies heavily on manual dress making). 3D design/configuration steps are meant to get the customer feedback or order before dress making.

     

    I have reached out to zeekit already and looking forward t their respose.

  • Pure Elegance Comment actions Permalink

    Very cool. Did they start with CLO3D based design? The config platforms (like expivi or threekit) offers CMS. Our bigger challenge is the complexity of our detailed work like embroidery. Currently there is no standardization since this is done manually but we need to seek standardization here. However the capability of tool(s) that we ultimately select will drive this.

  • Pure Elegance Comment actions Permalink

    also interesting is eShakti technology

  • Pure Elegance Comment actions Permalink

    Yup ... thanks for sharing your insight.

  • Angel Angel Comment actions Permalink

    My pleasure.

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