(Filed Under Technology News). OptiTex, the creators of 2D and 3D CAD solutions for fashion businesses, recently reinvented their family of avatars: Adam, for menswear, baby and teenage models. The most popular being Eva, their women's wear model. Her new features allow designers to find a more accurate fit for their apparel.
Before the addition of the new "sophisticated advancements," Eva lacked morph features. Now, the program has the ability to mirror any figure, "all shapes and sizes," said the company. The developments include a new set of poses, which allow for a preview of how their apparel may look in different circumstances. Eva is also equipped with modifiable body measurements and shoulder pad addition options. Her hair color and facial features can also be altered for a more realistic model.
The upgrade, available next month, is currently offered for free to customers who own the original Eva. An original avatar costs around 200 dollars, and to purchase the upgraded avatar its about 600. Eva, and her african american counterpart Kim, have many new features that allow customers to create more accurate designs. Most notable of her features, says Julia Shaw, the technical manager of OptiTex US, are her new poses. She not only provides everyday poses, but also fashion poses, aiding clients in marketing and advertising campaigns.
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