Browzwear, the 3D technology provider for the apparel industry, announced the launch of new, merchandising-friendly features and functionality to its VStitcher and Lotta solution.
The update includes true-to-life 3D visualisation and a workspace and also adds a new, hyper-realistic parametric avatar and support for file formats used in animation.
Including the new workspace in VStitcher, the designers will now be able to easily and realistically show their creations folded, hung or floored.
It also includes a Snapshot feature which is a unique file saving mechanism allowing the designers to view the garments in different ways including folds, hang and dress avatars.
Any updates made in the one view are also reflected automatically across all of the views in the file thus reducing duplicative work and streamlines workflows when creating iterations and alternations to designs.
Moreover, the update also includes the availability of a new avatar Olivia, a parametric avatar.
The physical measurements of this 3D model are customisable. To make the adjustment realistic, the changes to any of the one aspect will automatically shift others too.
The other interesting feature is that the consumers can also import parametric avatars created in external software into VStitcher.
Furthermore, the latest version also features advanced flexibility when working with garment trims like buttons and zippers. The users will now be able to change the texture of the trims directly from the software no matter the trims are being used from Browzwear’s library or are custom trims.