Looking for simple models

Hi,

I am working with anybody one week ago, but I have experimented problems with
the model view when I zoom or I run complicated models. The view does not zoom
the model properly, and runs very slowly. Have someone the same problem? Is it a
problem related with my hardware?

I also need some advice in simple models. The models in the repository are very
detailed for my purposes, I can work with more simple models. Where can I find a
simple model of the entire body? Have someone worked with simple/reduced models?

Thank you very much.
Javier Civera


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Hi Javier

Welcome to the group

Your experiences could be hardware related. The modelview window is
based on OpenGL, if your graphics card do not support OpenGL this
will affect the performance of the graphic operations such as
zooming, pan and rotations. If your graphic card has limited memory
less than 64MB available or the graphic card is integrated on the
motherboard this may also affect the performance.

When running the full body models the analysis slows down compared
to running for example a model with the legs only. This is partly
because the Shoulder arm models uses muscles wrapping and this slows
the analysis.

We do not have a simple full body model available, but in the
repository there exist a 2DLeg in the Aalbog directory, this is used
by the application Arep/Aalborg/Bike2D and Arep/Aalborg/BikeSpring
these models is less complicated than the ones using the 3DLeg.
Furthermore in the Pisa directory there is model of the arm which is
less complicated. The application Arep/Pisa/Dumpbell uses this
application.

You may of course also define your own model; you may start by doing
the tutorial getting started with AnyBody which shows how to build a
simple model of an arm.

http://www.anybodytech.com/55.0.html

It is also possible to switch off all the muscles in the models from
Arep/aalborg this is done in the main files by using the line

#include “…\BRep\Aalborg\BodyModels\FullBodyModel\BodyModel_No
Muscles.any”

Instead of the line
#include “…\BRep\Aalborg\BodyModels\FullBodyModel\BodyModel.a
ny”

This will replace all muscles in the model with artificial joint
muscles which make it possible to still run the inverse analysis,
this model runs very fast. Normally you may use the no muscle model
for playing around with kinematics of the models. Then once you are
satisfied with your kinematics you will switch in the muscles again
and run the inverse analysis with the normal muscles on.

Do you have a particular problem that you would like to model?, we
migth be able to guide and direct you to a suited model you could
use as basis.

Please do not hesitate to ask again if you have further questions.

Best regards
AnyBody Support

— In anyscript@yahoogroups.com, Javi Civera <javcivsan@y…> wrote:
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> Hi,
>
> I am working with anybody one week ago, but I have experimented
problems with the model view when I zoom or I run complicated
models. The view does not zoom the model properly, and runs very
slowly. Have someone the same problem? Is it a problem related with
my hardware?
>
> I also need some advice in simple models. The models in the
repository are very detailed for my purposes, I can work with more
simple models. Where can I find a simple model of the entire body?
Have someone worked with simple/reduced models?
>
> Thank you very much.
> Javier Civera
>
>
> ---------------------------------
>
> Correo Yahoo!
> Comprueba qué es nuevo, aquí
> http://correo.yahoo.es
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>