Garment Modeling Design System Based on Image Brightness Enhancement Algorithm

  • Jing GuoEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1147)


Aiming at the problem that traditional garment modeling manual design needs to design every new garment model from beginning to end, the designer has heavy workload, high labor cost and poor inheritance, a garment modeling design system based on image brightness enhancement algorithm is studied. The hardware of fashion design system adopts six functional modules, including human body modeling, 2D and 3D conversion technology and 3D style simulation technology. On this basis, the processing algorithm of fashion design image is analyzed, and the software design of the system is completed. The results of system operation and debugging show that the system can realize garment styling design, save labor costs, and solve the problem of heavy workload of traditional manual design.


Fashion modeling System design Image enhancement Algorithm design 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Preschool and Special EducationHefei Preschool Education CollegeHefeiChina

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