The tube project
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The objective behind the tube project was to introduce students to the application of “new tech” seamless garment design and production systems that are supported by Computer Aided Design (CAD). Also significant to this project was developing the students’ understanding of the “old/low tech” origins of circular knitting that form the conceptual foundations for the application of the new/high tech design and production systems. The project was designed to encourage creative investigations into the application of the 3D garment system, stretching the design applications of the system which in many respects has been limited by the complexity involved in making changes to the embedded predefined garment shapes.
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