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Title: The influence of surface finishing methods on touch-sensitive reactions
Authors: Kukhta, Maria Sergeevna
Sokolov, Aleksandr Petrovich
Krauinsh, Petr Yanovich
Kozlova, A. D.
Bouchard, C.
Keywords: поверхности; ювелирные изделия; ювелирный дизайн; ювелирные технологии; компьютерный дизайн
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Citation: The influence of surface finishing methods on touch-sensitive reactions / M. S. Kukhta [et al.] // IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. — 2017. — Vol. 177 : Mechanical Engineering, Automation and Control Systems (MEACS 2016) : International Conference, October 27–29, 2016, Tomsk, Russia : [proceedings]. — [012124, 6 p.].
Abstract: This paper describes the modern technological development trends in jewelry design. In the jewelry industry, new trends, associated with the introduction of updated non-traditional materials and finishing techniques, are appearing. The existing information-oriented society enhances the visual aesthetics of new jewelry forms, decoration techniques (depth and surface), synthesis of different materials, which, all in all, reveal a bias towards positive effects of visual design. Today, the jewelry industry includes not only traditional techniques, but also such improved techniques as computer-assisted design, 3D-prototyping and other alternatives to produce an updated level of jewelry material processing. The authors present the specific features of ornamental pattern designing, decoration types (depth and surface) and comparative analysis of different approaches in surface finishing. Identifying the appearance or the effect of jewelry is based on proposed evaluation criteria, providing an advanced visual aesthetics basis is predicated on touch-sensitive responses.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/37875
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