Slides from webcast of gait kinematics

Hi,

I believe there was a webcast in June on Gait Kinematics. Would anyone
have a copy of the slides from that presentation as they would be very
helpful to me. I am hoping to be able to model the gait of specific
patients using kinematic data from a motion analysis lab.

Thank you

Simon

Hello Simon,

You are quite right about the webcast. Here are some links to various
supportive information related to the event. Please notice that yahoo
may break some of the long links up, so you may have to paste them
into your browser adress line piece by piece.

Notice that the Gait model utilizes some new facilities in the
system, for instance scaling (see the description of the repository
below). Therefore, you need the version 2 (beta) to run the Gait
model.

*** Beta release of the body model repository, version 5.
http://www.anybody.aau.dk/repository/AnyBodyRepository5beta.zip

This beta release of the model repository contains the gait model.
Please notice that the repository requires version 2.0 of the AnyBody
Modeling System. It is not compatible with the existing version 1.3.
If you already are a user of version 1.3, then your existing license
key will also work with the beta release of version 2.0.

The description of the repository is here:
http://www.anybody.aau.dk/repository/Repository5/Repository5-
Beta_files/frame.htm

*** Animation: This cool video (7 MB) shows an animation of the Gait
Model.
http://www.anybodytech.com/fileadmin/examples/gait-large.avi

*** Dr. John Rasmussen’s web cast presentation on pdf format:
http://www.anybodytech.com/fileadmin/anyscript/GaitWebcast.pdf

*** Q&A
http://www.anybodytech.com/fileadmin/examples/Q_and_A_Gait_webcast.htm

Best regards,
AnyBody Support

— In anyscript@yahoogroups.com, “Simon” <nomismo@y…> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I believe there was a webcast in June on Gait Kinematics. Would
anyone
> have a copy of the slides from that presentation as they would be
very
> helpful to me. I am hoping to be able to model the gait of specific
> patients using kinematic data from a motion analysis lab.
>
> Thank you
>
> Simon