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ADEYOOLA TOM, BROWN NICK, TROTT NIKKI, HERBERT EDWARD, ROBERTSON DUNCAN, DOWNING JIM, DAY NICK, BOLAND ROBERT, BOUCHER TOM, TOWNSEND JOE, CLAY EDWARD, WARREN TOM, UNADKAT ANOOP: [en] Using a body model of a user to show fit of clothing. METAIL, August 22, 2012: GB2488237-A (6 worldwide citation)

[en] A virtual body model of a person is created with a small number of measurements and a single photograph and combined with one or more images of garments. The virtual body model represents a realistic representation of the userâ s body and is used for visualizing photo-realistic fit visualizatio ...


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Duncan Paul Robertson: System and method for image processing and generating a body model. Metail, Morrison & Foerster, December 10, 2013: US08605148 (2 worldwide citation)

Images of foreground objects in a scene are generated by causing electromagnetic radiation to be emitted having a first spectral power distribution from a surface of a first foreground object, which is adjacent or at least partially obscured by a second foreground object. A first image of both of th ...


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Tom Adeyoola, Nick Brown, Nikki Trott, Edward Herbert, Duncan Robertson, Jim Downing, Nick Day, Robert Boland, Tom Boucher, Joe Townsend, Edward Clay, Tom Warren, Anoop Unadkat, Yu Chen: Computer implemented methods and systems for generating virtual body models for garment fit visualisation. METAIL, Saul Ewing, May 30, 2017: US09665906 (1 worldwide citation)

Methods for generating and sharing a virtual body model of a person, created with a small number of measurements and a single photograph, combined with one or more images of garments. The virtual body model represents a realistic representation of the users body and is used for visualizing photo-rea ...


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ROBERTSON DUNCAN PAUL: [en] Image processing with keying of foreground objects. METAIL, March 16, 2011: GB2473503-A (1 worldwide citation)

[en] Images of foreground objects 101a, 110 in a scene are generated by causing electromagnetic radiation to be emitted having a first spectral power distribution from a surface of a first foreground object 101a, which is adjacent or at least partially obscured by a second foreground object 110. A f ...


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Duncan Paul Robertson: System and method for image processing and generating a body model. METAIL, Morrison & Foerster, March 7, 2017: US09591236

Images of foreground objects in a scene are generated by causing electromagnetic radiation to be emitted having a first spectral power distribution from a surface of a first foreground object, which is adjacent or at least partially obscured by a second foreground object. A first image of both of th ...


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CHEN YU , DOWNING JIM , ROBERTSON DUNCAN , ADEYOOLA TOM : [en] Computer implemented methods and systems for generating virtual body models for garment fit visualisation. METAIL  , August 12, 2015: GB2523029-A

[en] A virtual body model of a person is created with a small number of measurements and a single photograph and combined with one or more images of garments. The virtual body model represents a realistic representation of the users body and is used for visualizing photo-realistic fit visualizations ...


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YU CHEN , DONGJOE SHIN , JOE TOWNSEND , JIM DOWNING , DUNCAN ROBERTSON , TOM ADEYOOLA : [en] Method and system for generating an image file of a 3D garment model on a 3D body model. METAIL  , July 26, 2017: GB2546572-A

[en] Generating an image file of a high resolution 3D garment model on a 3D body model, comprising: (i) acquiring at least three 2D images of a garment on a mannequin, wherein the at least three 2D images of the garment on the mannequin capture a 360° azimuthal angle range of view of the garment on ...


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Duncan Paul ROBERTSON: System and method for image processing and generating a body model. Metail, April 28, 2011: US20110096183-A1

Images of foreground objects in a scene are generated by causing electromagnetic radiation to be emitted having a first spectral power distribution from a surface of a first foreground object, which is adjacent or at least partially obscured by a second foreground object. A first image of both of th ...



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