Please join us at World Stage Design 2022, where we will present our research results and hold a Q&A and Panel Discussion.
Project: Digital Patterning in Costume Production - Research Presentation and Discussion
Date: Sat, 13 Aug, 2022
Location: Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall - RC 160 (Rozsa Centre)
The Canadian Costumer's Digital Research Initiative explores digital pattern design software in the Costume production process. We assessed the applicability of Gerber and CLO3D patterning software.
Some of the benefits we explore are:
3D modelling, which is invaluable for digitally printing fabrics and has tools for customizing placement and scale of graphics.
Archival attributes provide easily accessible, organized patterning storage.
Virtual fittings allow Designers and Cutters to collaborate and share work at a distance.
We look forward to sharing and discussing the results of our research on the benefits and potential drawbacks of digital integration. Our research is available at QuarterlyCutter.com, and was generously funded by Canada Council for the Arts.
Reserve your seat HERE