Jul 23, 2017 - Jul 27, 2017

Jumping into OpenSim 4.0: Interactive Tutorial at ISB 2017

Get a hands-on introduction to generating muscle driven simulations in OpenSim 4.0.

The OpenSim team from Stanford University will lead an interactive tutorial on "Building Muscle-Driven" Simuations at the 26th Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics (ISB) in Brisbane, Australia.

This workshop aims to introduce participants to the features in OpenSim, including new features from OpenSim 4.0. We will guide participants through a typical pipeline of creating and visualizing a muscle-driven simulation starting with provided motion capture data of a subject jumping.

By the end of this workshop, participants will learn some of the core capabilities of OpenSim, including how to (i) load and visualize motion capture data, (ii) load and explore a musculoskeletal model, (iii) visualize a motion, and (iv) create a dynamic simulation. We will also point users to online resources, documentation, and examples for further learning. Our goal is to provide inspiration on how participants can incorporate OpenSim into their research, design, or clinical workflows.

TEACHING TEAM:

A team of researchers and students from Stanford University will lead both lecture and hands-on tutorials to demonstrate the capabilities of OpenSim for new users and highlight improvements in OpenSim 4.0 for experienced users. The teaching team includes Scott Delp, Jennifer Hicks, James Dunne, Chris Dembia, Carmichael Ong, Jennifer Yong, and Apoorva Rajagopal.

REGISTER:

To attend this workshop, please register for the ISB 2017 meeting here.

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