Clothing biosensory engineering is a systematic and integrative way of translating consumers' biological and sensory responses, and psychological feelings and preferences about clothing, into the perceptual elements of design. It is a link between scientific experimentation and commercial application to develop economic solutions to practical technical problems.
Clothing biosensory engineering quantifies the decision-making processes through which physics, mathematics, neurophysiological and engineering techniques are applied to optimally convert resources to meet various sensory requirements - visual/thermal/mechanical. It includes theoretical and experimental observations, computer simulations, test methods, illustrations and examples of actual product development.
- Describes the process of Clothing biosensory engineering in detail- Quantifies the decision making processes applied to optimally convert resources to meet various sensory requirements- Includes theoretical and experimental observations and examples of actual product development
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Wong, A S WDr A. S. W. Wong is a Postdoctoral Fellow at The School of Nursing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.