Petach Tikva, Israel – OptiTex’s essential female avatar, EVA has progressed into a more realistic version of herself. The improvements in characteristics provide a significant advantage for designers in the fashion market by solving particular fit issues.
“EVA is a strong example of our dedication to OptiTex customers.” Says Ran Machtinger, CEO of OptiTex. “We strive on a daily basis to create more detailed avatars to reflect unique fits that exist outside of the virtual world.”
Designers at OptiTex, the leader in 3D CAD for fashion and all cut-fabric industries, have progressed their EVA avatar by creating additional poses; body measurements and shoulder pad fit options as well as improving the texture of her hair and facial characteristics. Additionally, a specific morph of the EVA avatar accommodates the lingerie industries by offering advanced morph settings allowing the most accurate and customized set of measurements available for 3D models.
These sophisticated advancements are yet another addition to OptiTex’s user friendly features ensuring that clients in the underwear and lingerie industries such as Tulips and Tefron can trust OptiTex to constantly provide 3D virtual models to help them solve fit issues.
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