Simulating Kimono Fabrication based on the Production Process of Yuki-tsumugi (Topic: Image and Video Processing Applications)
TimeThursday, 6 December 20189am - 6pm
DescriptionYuki-tsumugi is a traditional Japanese silk fabric. In the production of this silk fabric, a splashed pattern based on a picture is first created on a sheet of exclusive grid paper. Second, piece goods is woven based on the pattern plan. Finally, a kimono is produced from the piece goods. However, estimating the appearance of changes to the kimono during each step of the production is difficult. Therefore, we propose a method for generating a kimono image of Yuki-tsumugi from a picture based on the actual production process.