veículo de difusão de informações em análise de marcha, reabilitação e biomecânica, captura de movimento para produções industriais
clinical gait analysis, rehabilitation and biomechanics, industrial "motion capture" (MoCap)
"The AnyBody Modeling System - The leading musculoskeletal modeling software to solve design problems on ergonomics.
- The AnyBody Managed Model Repository (AMMR) is a collection of unique models ready for use in the AnyBody Modeling System.
This model library contains a collection of detailed scalable template body models performing a variety of different activities of daily living.
AnyBody users have access to the AMMR. Updated versions of the AMMR are provided regularly by AnyBody Technology, usually in association with new releases of the AnyBody Modeling System.
- SolidWorks2AnyBody is an add-in for SolidWorks. The tool translates SolidWorks CAD models into corresponding AnyScript models for the AnyBody Modeling System, incl. all mass properties, mate relationships, and color information of the different parts."
"SAM is an interactive PC-software package for the design, analysis (motion and force) and optimization of arbitrary planar mechanisms. Mechanisms can either be generated via the design wizards or they can be assembled from basic components including beams, sliders, gears, belts, springs, dampers and friction
"biomechZoo is an open-source toolbox that provides tools and graphical user interfaces to help users process, analysis, and visualize biomechanics data.
We aim to can help researchers and clinicians new to programming or biomechanics to quickly perform research using customizable workflows. Advanced users are encouraged to contribute additional functionality to the project. Students may benefit from using biomechZoo as a learning tool.
It is hoped that the toolbox can play a role in advancing research in the movement sciences.
biomechZoo is available online under the Apache 2.0 license and can be run within Matlab for Windows and Mac OS."
Philippe Dixon - Department of Environmental Health, Harvard University
"Design Simulation Technologies develops, markets, and supports software products used by students, educators, and professionals to learn and teach physics principles and to use these principles to build virtual models of mechanical designs: Interactive Physics, Working Model 2D, Dynamic Designer Motion for SolidEdge, SimWise 4D(*) + SpaceClaim.
(*) A Proven Simulation Tool: update 08/2016
SimWise 4D was born when DST acquired a license from MSC Software Corporation to the MSC.visualNastran 4D (vn4D) product. The software traces its roots to the Working Model 3D product developed by Knowledge Revolution, which was acquired by MSC in 1999, extended to include FEA capabilities, and renamed Working Model 4D. It has found tens of thousands of users among engineering professionals, students, and educators."
"LifeMOD is a complete, state-of-the-art virtual human modeling and simulation software solution.
Smith & Nephew (LSE:SN NYSE:SNN), the global medical technology business, announces the acquisition of LifeModeler, Inc. (LMI), the leading provider of biomechanical human body simulation tools and services."
"Over the years various researchers at the Rizzoli Institute and at the Université Libre de Bruxelles shared some of their data and models with the rest of the research community. These repositories were called "ISB Mesh Repository", "BEL Repository" and "VAKHUM Repository". We have slowly recollected everything inside the Biomed Town community, and you can acess those original collection from here."
"BoB is the leading musculosketal analysis package developed in Matlab. BoB has been downloaded by over 400 research and commercial organisations.
BoB features include:
- Easy data inporting from: C3D (eg Vicon / CodaMotion / Qualisys), MVNx from Xsens, Text file, User defined equations
- User editable skeleton and muscle models
- Easy data exchange with Matlab...
BoB is available as an executable for Matlab users or a standalone for non-Matlab users."
"Adams is the most widely used multibody dynamics and motion analysis software in the world. Adams helps engineers to study the dynamics of moving parts, how loads and forces are distributed throughout mechanical systems, and to improve and optimize the performance of their products"
"nmsBuilder is a freely-available software application to process biomedical data and create subject-specific musculoskeletal models for OpenSim.
Specifically, nmsBuilder allows users to perform the pre-processing phase of subject-specific musculoskeletal modeling from three-dimensional geometries and to create models in the OpenSim file format. nmsBuilder can import different kinds of biomedical data, interactively visualize them, fuse them in a coherent representation, manipulate landmarks, surfaces and volumes, define and calculate musculoskeletal parameters, and finally create and export musculoskeletal models for the OpenSim software.
nmsBuilder is developed at the Medical Technology Laboratory of the Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute (Bologna, Italy), it has been presented in a reference publication, and is being increasingly used for research."
"The loads acting in orthopaedic implants during various activities are displayed in videos and are available as data files. The loads were measured directly in patients, using 'smart' implants.
Currently studies on the loading of knee and shoulder joints, and on vertebral body replacements are under way, as well as a new hip joint study.
Numerical and video data become accessible from OrthoLoad as soon as they are published in scientific journals. In the future additional information like ground reaction forces and gait data will be added."
"SimTK: Enabling groundbreaking biomedical research via open access to high-quality simulation tools, accurate models, and the people behind them.
SimTK is a free project-hosting platform for the biomedical computation community that:
- Enables you to easily share your software, data, and models;
- Tracks the impact of the resources you share;
- Provides the infrastructure so you can support and grow a community around your projects;
- Connects you and your project to thousands of researchers working at the intersection of biology, medicine, and computations.
Individuals have created SimTK projects to meet publisher and funding agencies’ software and data sharing requirements, run scientific challenges, create a collection of their community’s resources, and much more.
OpenSim is a freely available, user extensible software system that lets users develop models of musculoskeletal structures and create dynamic simulations of movement.
Find out how to join the community and see the work being performed using
OpenSim at opensim.stanford.edu