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September 13, 2017 - Over 100 Registrations

We are pleased to announce that we have already more than 100 registered attendees.
If you wish to attend the conference and visit the exhibition, please do not forget to register by sending us the filled registration form available at the following link: registration.

August 11 - Preliminary program

The preliminary program of the conference is available as PDF file: preliminary program.

3DBODY.TECH2017 - Program

The program of the conference will be structured, during two full days, in an opening session, 14 technical sessions in dual track and a poster session, accommodating in total about 70 scientific and technical presentations, grouped according to various topics and application areas.

The parallel technical exhibition will allow manufacturers of scanning equipment to demonstrate live their products and solutions to all attendees/visitors/participants: exhibition.

Breaks and social events are planned in order to increase the possibilities for building relationships and exchanging ideas between attendees, visitors, authors, participants and exhibitors.

Please note that registration is required for all attendees and participants of the conference and exhibition (call for registrations: PDF file). Information about registration and fees is available here.

August 2 - Call for registrations

The call for registrations of the conference is available as PDF file: call for registrations.

3DBODY.TECH2017 - Call for registraiotns

Please note that registration is required for all attendees and participants of the conference and exhibition. Information about registration and fees is available here.

July 31, 2017 - New exhibitor

The IEEE Standards Association (USA) will participate at the conference's exhibition.

IEEE-SA

The IEEE Standards Association Industry Connections program brings together focused interest groups to address standards related considerations in emerging technology areas. The Industry Connections 3D Body Processing group brings together an ecosystem of players to co-develop an assessment of standards needs and to propose new standard(s) around enabling 3D body processing which includes the capture, processing, storage, sharing and (augmented) representation for "Of-the-body" and "On-the-body" technologies. This exploration includes identification and classification of types and uses cases for 3D body processing; identification of gaps in existing nascent standards and recommended practices as 3D body processing spreads beyond first adopters; identifying needs and develop proposals for new standards and best practices for 3D body processing and adjacent technologies (like 2D augmented reality).

IEEE-SA
standards.ieee.org

July 17, 2017 - New exhibitor

botspot GmbH (Germany) will participate at the conference's exhibition.
botspot
botspot produces and develops lighning-fast scanning-technology. The botscan 3D full body scanner generates pin-sharp scans and depicts even the tiniest details in the shortest time of less than 1/100th of a second. The modular construction of the scanner allows its adaption to any size, need and application.

botspot
www.botspot.de

June 8, 2017 - New exhibitor

3dMD Ltd. (UK/USA) will participate at the conference's exhibition.
3dMD
3dMD, a proven leader in 3D high-precision anatomical scanning, will be demonstrating workflow efficiencies with its latest temporal-3D (4D) capture systems. 3dMD sequences of high-quality motion images of the full body, head, foot, and/or hand help promote and advance the creation of new wearable technologies that precisely adapt to a person's shape and enhance performance.

3dMD
www.3dmd.com

June 7, 2017 - Submission of abstracts closed

Submission of abstracts is now closed and the preliminary conference program is being prepared.
The number of abstracts received is within our expectations. The conference promises therefore to be a successful event with a full program of 14 technical sessions with over 60 presentations covering relevant sectors of 3D body scanning, as face and body scanning for medicine, body scanning for fashion and apparel, digital anthropometry and ergonomics, body size measurement campaigns, body scanning for health and sport, body modeling and avatars, virtual draping and virtual try on, scanning with depth cameras and low cost sensors, scanning methods and technologies.

Program Outline
Preliminary outline of the conference program (click to enlarge).

Please note that registration is required for all attendees and participants of the conference. Information about registration and fees is available here.

May 17, 2017 - New exhibitor

Styku LLC (USA) will participate at the conference's exhibition.

Styku
The 3D body scanner MyBodee by Styku captures a person's true shape, creates an exact 3D model and extracts hundreds of precise body measurements within seconds using the world's most powerful 3D camera. Turnkey industry extensions are available for clothing, fitness, health, 3D printing, and more.

Styku
www.styku.com

May 16, 2017 - New exhibitor

Human Solutions GmbH (Germany) will participate at the conference's exhibition.

Human Solutions

Human Solutions is a world market leader for body scanning and ergonomics simulation. Systems from Human Solutions are used by more than 300 companies worldwide. 3D body scanning by Human Solutions offers highly accurate method of measurement and allows the integration of size & fit data into various processes at the same time.

Human Solutions
www.human-solutions.com

May 16, 2017 - New exhibitor

VITRONIC GmbH (Germany) will participate at the conference's exhibition.

Vitronic

With 20 years of experience in the field of body scanning, VITRONIC (Germany) is among the pioneers of fast, automatic 3D measuring of the human body. VITUS body scanners are used around the world for customized clothing, standardization, ergonomics, orthopedics, sports medicine, and printing of 3D figurines.

Vitronic
http://www.vitronic.de

May 6, 2017 - 2nd Announcement - Abstract submission deadline extended

The Second Announcement - Call for Papers and Exhibitors is available: 2ndcall (PDF).

3DBODY.TECH 2017 2ndcall

3DBODY.TECH 2017, the 8th International Conference and Exhibition on 3D Body Scanning and Processing Technologies will take place on 11-12 October 2017, in Montreal QC, Canada.

Authors wishing to present their works at the conference are invited to submit their extended abstract(s) to the conference office. Extended abstract should consists of 250-500 words and images.
Due to multiple requests from prospective authors, the deadline for abstract submission has been extended until 31 May 2017.
More details are available at the authors' page: authors.

For sponsors and exhibitors we offer three different packages:
GOLD exhibitor/sponsor, SILVER exhibitor/sponsor, BRONZE sponsor.
More details are available at the exhibition page: exhibition.

Conference/exhibition facts:
- Main international event focused on 3D body scanning and processing
- Frequency: 1 year, Location: Europe-America-Asia, 2017: 2nd time in N. America
- 14 technical sessions, in dual track, with 60-80 presentations
- Exhibition of equipment on 300-500sqm with 15-25 exhibitors
- World and international premieres at the exhibition and conference
- 200-300 expected international attendees at the conference and exhibition.

Note: save 40CHF/USD on regular fees by registering before 10 July 2017.
More details are available at the registration page: registration.

April 30, 2017 - New exhibitor

Shape Analysis (UK) will participate at the conference's exhibition.

Shape Analysis

Shape Analysis was formed in 2002 by two research scientists. The company is capitalising on their 50+ years experience of research in clothing and textiles for the Ministry of Defence. Shape Analysis is the European distributor for Size Stream and Space Vision scanners. They are also the worldwide exclusive distributors for CAESAR survey data.
Shape Analysis has extensive experience in the development and use of 3D capture systems. Their services have been used for the sational sizing survey SizeUK, ShapeGB and many other companies involved in the fashion industry, health, fitness, sportswear and medical applications.

Shape Analysis
www.shapeanalysis.com

April 26, 2017 - New exhibitor

Instituto de Biomecànica de Valencia IBV (Spain) will participate at the conference's exhibition.

IBV
The Institute of Biomechanics IBV offers novel 3D data treatment tools (accurate and automated creation of homologous avatars from 3D raw scans, 2D pictures or 1D measures; 3D databases harmonisation tools, virtual measuring tape or shape analysis tools) and smartphone 3D scanning technologies to support innovative business models based on user anthropometry.

IBV
anthropometry.ibv.org

April 10, 2017 - 3DBODY.TECH 2017

3DBODY.TECH 2017 - The future of 3DBODY technology is here.

8th International Conference and Exhibition on
3D Body Scanning and Processing Technologies
11- 12 Oct. 2017, Montreal QC, Canada.

3DBODY.TECH2017

April 6, 2017 - New exhibitor

Size Stream (USA) will participate at the conference's exhibition.

Size Stream
Size Stream is focused on 3D color body scanning, 4D scanning and all related applications requiring high performance, high automation and cost effective solutions. Size Stream products are widely used for research, size prediction and custom fit specification of clothing, body measurement for health and fitness applications and color 3D printing applications.

Size Stream
www.sizestream.com

April 6, 2017 - New exhibitor

Anatomi Metrix Inc. (Canada) will participate at the conference's exhibition.
Anatomi Metrix - Manu3
Anatomi Metrix Inc. is focused on the development of technologies, devices and protocols dedicated to the anatomical measurements and evaluation of conditions of the human hand. Manu3, a device developed by Anatomi Metrix, is a touch-less portable desktop optical laboratory instrument to measure the anatomical dimensions of the hand and fingers in terms of lengths and circumferences.

Anatomi Metrix - Manu3
www.manu3lab.com

March 31, 2017 - New supporter

Women of Wearables (WoW) is supporting the conference.
WoW
Women of Wearables (WoW) is UK's and Europe's first organisation that inspires, supports and connects women in wearable tech, fashion tech, IoT and VR/AR. Its mission is to encourage more women and diverse teams to participate in building hardware and software products as designers, product managers and developers or being founders of their own companies, as well as create more jobs for women in STEM. WoW has a growing global community of female founders, product and UX designers, developers, smart textile designers, executives and managers, as well as startups, industry partners, universities, accelerators and incubators.

WoW
www.womenofwearables.com

March 20, 2017 - New exhibitor

Bespokify (Hong Kong) will participate at the conference's exhibition.

Bespokify

Bespokify offers automatic solutions for custom designed and fitted patterns for pattern retailers, tailors and dressmaker, apparel brands, uniform manufacturers. Bespokify's API creates bespoke apparel patterns instantly and automatically, directly from 3D body scans, manual measurements and order details from websites.

Bespokify
bespokify.com

March 15, 2017 - Registration

Registration is now available for 3DBODY.TECH 2017 - 8th International Conference and Exhibition on 3D Body Scanning and Processing Technologies, 11- 12 Oct. 2017, Montreal QC, Canada.

Registration is required for all attendees and participants of the conference and exhibition.
Information about registration fees and the registration form are available here.

The First Call for Papers and Exhibitors is available: 1stcall (PDF file).

3DBODY.TECH2017 1stcall

Authors wishing to present their works at the conference are invited to submit their extended abstract before 30 April 2017.

For sponsors and exhibitors we offer three different packages: GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE.
Important note: 20% discount is offered on the basic fees by registering before 1 May 2017.

March 13, 2017 - Conference and exhibition venue

Plaza Centre-Ville

The conference and exhibition will be held at Plaza Centre-Ville which is centrally located between historic Old Montréal and vibrant New Montréal - moments from some of the area's most notable sites including the Old Port and Parc Mount-Royal and steps away from countless cafes, bars, restaurants, shopping malls and hotels. Plaza Centre-Ville has underground parking and is directly connected to the Square Victoria subway station with an indoor access.

Location of Plaza Centre-Ville in Google maps: link.

General touristic information about Montréal and surrounding areas may be obtained from the web site of Tourisme Montréal at www.tourisme-montreal.org and from the official city portal of Montréal at ville.montreal.qc.ca.

Video - Montréal in two minutes: Montreal TV (PC only).

February 24, 2017 - 1st Call for Papers and Exhibitors

The First Call for Papers and Exhibitors is available: 1stcall (PDF file).

3DBODY.TECH2017 1stcall

3DBODY.TECH 2017 - The 8th International Conference and Exhibition on 3D Body Scanning and Processing Technologies will take place on 11-12 October 2017, in Montréal, Québec, Canada.

Authors wishing to present their works at the conference are invited to submit their extended abstract before 30 April 2017.

For sponsors and exhibitors we offer three different packages: GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE.
Important note: 20% discount is offered on the basic fees by registering before 1 May 2017.

December 15, 2016 - 3DBODY.TECH2017 Webiste

The website of the 8th International Conference and exhibition on 3D Body Scanning & Processing Technologies 2017 is online: www.3dbody.tech/2017.

3DBODY.TECH

December 9, 2016 - Full papers of all conferences available online

The website www.3dbody.tech/cap is dedicated to the proceedings of the serie of 3DBODY.TECH Conferences and Workshops on 3D Body Scanning & Processing Technologies and their contents.
The abstracts and papers of about 400 publications included in the proceedings of all conferences and workshops are available at the website and accessible from its different sections. The full papers are available for download as single documents (PDF), the proceedings books are available for purchase (digital form or printed book).

3DBODY.TECH/cap

3DBODY.TECH/cap

December 2, 2016 - 3DBST2016 Conference successfully closed

The 7th International Conference and Exhibition on 3D Body Scanning Technologies was successfully closed in Lugano on the evening of 1st December 2016.

247 participants from 35 different countries attended/visited the two days conference and exhibition in Lugano, Switzerland.

The conference started with an opening session with the presentations and announcements of world and international premieres from 7(+1) manufacturers.
The very dense program included 14 technical sessions, with about 60 technical and scientific presentations. The topics discussed regarded: medical scanning systems & medical applications, body scanning for apparel, anthropometric studies & surveys, digital anthropometry & ergonomics, body scanning methods & technologies, body modeling & processing, and others.

The conference was accompanied by an exhibition where 18 manufactures were presenting and demonstrating their body scanning systems and/or software solutions. The major technologies were represented: white-light scanning, laser scanning, active photogrammetry, passive photogrammetry, RGB-D sensing, application software, 3D printing solutions. The application sectors were also various: apparel, medicine, health, anthropometry, 3D printing and others.

The conference confirmed also this year to be the most important international event focused on 3D body scanning & processing technologies.


Opening and closing presentations:

The joined opening and closing presentations of the conference director Dr. Nicola D'Apuzzo are available to download as a single file at the following link: PDF file (14.3MB).

3DBST2016


Proceedings:

The proceedings of the conference (ISBN 978-3-033-05981-8, doi:10.15221/16) are available in digital form (html structure and PDF files) on USB-flash drive, CD-rom or FTP download.
The cost of the proceedings is 50CHF. For orders, please contact the conference office.
The contents of the proceedings is available as PDF file.

3DBST2016 Proceedings

All the submitted abstracts and papers are available at the website www.3dbodyscanning.org/cap, which is dedicated to the proceedings of the serie of conferences and workshops on 3D Body Scanning & Processing Technologies.

Note: many of the presentations featured in the program of the conference do not have abstracts and/or papers.


3DBODY.TECH 2017:

The 8th International Conference and Exhibition on 3D Body Scanning & Processing Technologies will take place in October 2017, in Montréal, Québec, Canada. The precise dates are not determined yet.
3DBODY.TECH

3DBODY.TECH 2017 - 8th International Conference & Exhibition on 3D Body Scanning & Processing Technologies, Montréal QC, Canada, 11-12 Oct. 2017