Introducing Mannequin, DINED's take on 3D anthropometry01 April 2020
Over the past two years, we have been hard at work to deliver a new tool: Mannequin. With this tool we want to make 3D anthropometry accessible for engineers, designers, and ergonomists by providing an intuitive interface for exploring 3D body shape variation and creating 3D design manikins, based on large databases of 3D body scans.
Together with the introduction of this tool, our database has been extended with two new 3D data sets. We included the 3D data of the CAESAR study and introduced the new Dutch children study containing head geometry of 300 Dutch children. CAESAR and GOTO are also available in the 1D Database, Ellipse, and the Profiler.