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Bachelor of Arts
Matthew A. Zucker
This senior design project is the application of computer vision to project sewing patterns onto fabric. Utilizing key concepts of computer vision such as homographies, affine transformations, keypoint detection, and feature mapping a final demonstration script has been implemented to project patterns onto fabric in real time. Keypoints are detected from real time camera feed of the fabric’s movement to establish the affine transformation between the two. The projected pattern can then be warped to fit the fabric’s new position. This project aims to be a solution better than the current system, which requires tracing and then cutting patterns onto fabric, by allowing patterns to directly be projected onto the fabric, shifting as necessary.
Zhuang, Michelle , '23, "Application of Computer Vision to Project Sewing Patterns onto Fabric" (2023). Senior Theses, Projects, and Awards. 302.