Augmented reality sewing patterns
AR app allows users to view real-size digital sewing patterns that can be traced directly onto fabric
Copying patterns from large magazine folds, or printing and taping paper pages together to form a sewing pattern can be very time-consuming, nerve recking, and not very environmentally friendly. So it didn’t come as a surprise when Pattarina, the AR app behind this visionary project, found out that 80% of all people who love sewing dislike the pattern preparation most.
The company wanted to offer an innovative option that would allow users to save time, paper, and nerves.
The Pattarina app uses AR technology to project the sewing patterns directly onto the fabric. To ensure precision, the company opted to use an image target to lock and anchor the selected digital patterns.
As seen in the video, this is how it works:
A fabric pen can then be used to draw the projected lines that appear on the screen directly onto the fabric.
Pattarina AR sewing pattern demo
THE AR APP DEVELOPER
Pattarina uses the latest augmented reality technology to show patterns on fabric. On a more abstract level, the company is all about transferring precise virtual information patterns into the real world.
THE AR TECHNOLOGY
This AR feature is used to detect, track and digitally augment 2D images – ideal for augmenting customized image targets, stickers, magazines, books, user manuals, packaging, catalogs, coasters, gaming cards and much more.
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