A Method and Realization of Constructing Chinese Standard Digital Human Body

Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 527)


The aim of this paper is to propose a digital human body model method based on the latest version of national standard anthropometric data, and a hierarchical model method is used to construct the joint motion hierarchy which can be edited and controlled in real time; a three-dimensional mesh skin model is drawn, which can be combined with bone binding into a two-layer digital mannequin, and implement it in software. Digital human body as a true embodiment of the human body in the digital world received wide attention in different areas, but it was not a very good method to make the digital human body meet the data accurate and can finish the tasks. The digital human body model not only has the realistic Chinese characteristics, but also can satisfy the simulation and application.


Digital human body Virtual simulation 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute for Hygiene of Ordnance IndustryKey Laboratory of Man-Machine-Environment of China North Industries Group CorporationXi’anChina

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