New Release: AnyBody 8 and AMMR 3🚀

Get the new AnyBody 8

We are excited to announce the release of :sparkles:AnyBody 8 and AMMR 3 :sparkles:.

This major update includes several new features and improvements that will enhance your modeling experience.

AnyBody 8 introduces new AnyScript syntax, new meshed surface classes with related volume measures and inertia modeling classes, enhanced ligament and fatigue modeling, and a new update engine handling symbolic dependencies in all simulation operations and supporting many new AnyScript functions. Additionally, we have made improvements to the graphical user interface, in particular the Model Tree and Model View, and added support for recent Python versions (3.12).

Get the new version at [Customer Downloads :arrow_down: - AnyBody Technology]
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Model Repository (AMMR 3)

The AnyBody Managed Model Repository (AMMR) includes several important updates and improvements. The highlights include the integration of pelvis, lumbar, and thorax models into a consistent trunk model, and updates to the leg model (TLEM 2.2) with improvements to the ankle complex, alignment of the patella tendon, and new wrapping surfaces to the Achilles tendon. See the full model changelog for all improvements and fixes.

Available on GitHub

We are also proud to announce that we have recently made all model development openly available on GitHub at This means that you can now access and contribute to the development of our models.

The future version of AMMR 4 with a full thoracic model is also available on GitHub,

We hope that you will enjoy the new features and improvements in AnyBody 8 and AMMR 3. As always, we welcome your feedback and suggestions.