SizeChina: Integrating 3D head scan into product design

SizeChina is experimenting with realistic rendering of a glass frame fitted onto a 3D head model. The head model was scanned at our very own SizeChina lab. It demonstrates the product-and-head assembling and rendering process in Rhino3D and Hypershot.

When you design a product that fits on the human body, how do you take product fitting into consideration? What software would you use? How do you achieve a realistic look for others to evaluate your design?

Let us know your thoughts here on SizeChina.com website.

taken from our experiment in creating a realistic rendering of a glass frame fitted onto  3D head model. The head model was scanned at our very own SizeChina lab. The following video demostrates the product-and-head assembling and rendering process in Rhino3D and Hypershot.
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