Foot is an important part of human body. Producing footwear with the right fit is an important task for footwear manufacturers. Due to complex anatomy of the foot, the accuracy of foot dimensions is a critical issue related with feet comfort. Conventional method for taking foot dimensions have been used for a long time. Nowadays, the advancements of 3D technology have shown a growing interest for foot digitalization and extracting accurate foot dimensions. This paper aims at the measurements extraction from 3D foot model. The comparison of the performance between two low cost scanning systems in terms of accuracy, standard deviation, average deviation and RMS error will be considered. To study the discrepancy between scanned and manual data, the comparison through traditional method for taking foot dimensions referring to standard S SH ISO 9407 2000 will be followed. Comparison results between scanned and manual data will show the usefulness of implemented systems for digitizing and extracting foot dimensions

3D Low Cost Scanning Systems for extracting foot dimensions

GALANTUCCI, Luigi Maria;
2015-01-01

Abstract

Foot is an important part of human body. Producing footwear with the right fit is an important task for footwear manufacturers. Due to complex anatomy of the foot, the accuracy of foot dimensions is a critical issue related with feet comfort. Conventional method for taking foot dimensions have been used for a long time. Nowadays, the advancements of 3D technology have shown a growing interest for foot digitalization and extracting accurate foot dimensions. This paper aims at the measurements extraction from 3D foot model. The comparison of the performance between two low cost scanning systems in terms of accuracy, standard deviation, average deviation and RMS error will be considered. To study the discrepancy between scanned and manual data, the comparison through traditional method for taking foot dimensions referring to standard S SH ISO 9407 2000 will be followed. Comparison results between scanned and manual data will show the usefulness of implemented systems for digitizing and extracting foot dimensions
2015
The 1st SCARDUS International Conference on Education, Science, Technology, Innovation, Health & Environment
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