During week one, the students created a 3D scan of a human body from a model. This scan data will be used to design a garment entirely in a digital environment. The researchers will use this scan data to “grow” garments in the computer using advanced computer algorithms. In coming weeks the digital immersion learning and implementing both advanced 3D modeling and computer programming. “Computer programming is going to be an essential skill for the next generation of designers,” Bitonti asserts. “It’s how we talk to machines, it’s like learning how to sew for previous generations.”
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