Oct 17, 2011 - Dec 31, 2012

OpenSim featured at The Leonardo museum

An interactive example and video about OpenSim are part of an exhibit on understanding human motion at a new art, science, and technology museum in Salt Lake City.

Visitors to the museum will get hands on practice using the software to score a virtual goal with a virtual soccer player. The exhibit will also feature a short video about the OpenSim project and how it can be applied to help plan surgery for children with cerebral palsy.

You can find out more about the museum and visiting at http://www.theleonardo.org/

If you can't make it to Salt Lake City, you can download the soccer kick example here. You can also watch the OpenSim video on our See the Work page.

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