Task 2.1.1 : Biomechanical simulation of human running (work in progress)



Then, we will upgrade the human running for the first time in six years.


With the new spine mechanism invented in the previous task (https://www.facebook.com/yutaca.sawai/posts/2426558307574568)
and the new joint movement of the knees and elbows, it is now possible to simulate the athlete’s movement almost completely.
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Wow this is very good! Although to me something looks off about the way the leg lands before pushing off. maybe the timing when the leg pulls or the distance the leg lands from the body?

The acceleration when the leg kicks the ground can be freely changed by the formula and the theorem. In either case, the run cycle converges linearly. If you look at the bat’s flapping simulation you can understand well that. It’s using the same formula. https://youtu.be/YhnCr8MqOSs

While waiting for this task to complete, you can try to research on your own. So, please see the following PDF file or click the link to the article of LinkedIn. You can download the movement modeling data published so far. http://varipon.com/files/3715/6293/3688/Simulation_data_download.pdf
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/simulation-data-download-yutaca-sawai/

oh I see. ok

Task 2.1.1 : Biomechanical simulation of human running (work in progress)

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