INGA 3D is a European project, funded by the Leonardo da Vinci program and developed between November 2013 and October 2015 to train professionals and teachers in computer-assisted footwear design, and to equip them with the tools to develop their skills. The basis of the project is the 3D Icad+ software, a program for computer-assisted footwear design that makes it possible to create patterns quickly and accurately, reducing production times and obtaining a realistic image of the shoe without having to wait for the final prototype.
The project enjoyed the participation of the IED Madrid, the Technical University of Iasi "Gheorghe Asachi", Salford University, Inescop and the companies Virtual Campus and Red 21. The project partners have designed a manual on computer-aided footwear design in 3D, multimedia tools for teachers and vocational training tutors and an online platform.
INGA 3D was selected as a success story by a group of experts from the Directorate General for Education and Culture of the European Commission, standing out for its relevance, quality and results.
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