Working Group Progress for IEEE P3141 - Standard for 3D Body Processing, 2018-2019

2019 Proceedings of 3DBODY.TECH 2019 - 10th International Conference and Exhibition on 3D Body Scanning and Processing Technologies, Lugano, Switzerland, 22-23 Oct. 2019   unpublished
The 3D Body Processing (3DBP) Industry Connections Working Group, an adjunct group of IEEE P3141, Draft Standard for 3D Body Processing (3DBP), brings together diverse entities devoted to making recommendations for 3D body processing interoperability between creators and consumers of 3D body models. Members are mainly related to the apparel, footwear and accessories industry and include large retailers, scanner providers, data processors, hardware solutions providers, virtual fit providers,
more » ... l start-ups and universities. This paper summarizes the main activities conducted during the past year and provides an overview of the topics to be addresses in 2020. During 2019, the working group published two white papers focused on File Formats and Communication, Security and Privacy (CSP). The group conducted Phase 1 and 2 of a comparative study of full body using different anthropometric measuring methods including traditional and digital (including phone apps). In Q4 2019, the File Formats subgroup will publish a white paper detailing the recommendation of file formats that will support 3D Body Model file formats. The paper gives a detailed review of currently available file formats along with the alignment for 3D Body Model Processing. Responses from a questionnaire of experts will be used to establish requirements for meta data and import/ export protocols. The file format needed to be open and currently maintained. White paper: IEEE 3D Body Processing Industry Connections (3BDP IC) Communication, Security and Privacy [2] The Communication, Security, and Privacy (CSP) subgroup published a white paper assessing the transmission, storage, and use of data, information that contains detailed anthropometric facts. The secure communication or transmission of this privileged or private information is a key consideration. The topics included: what mechanisms can impact, influence, or contribute to secure transmission or data sharing, and as devices become increasingly connected, how can privacy and security be ensured. This research will help facilitate the IEEE P3141 to move forward creating a standard for interoperability and deployment of 3D body processing technologies.
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