The Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance, Restore Center, and Mobilize Center are now accepting applications for a three-day, project-based workshop on the Stanford University campus. This workshop will take place March 11-13, 2024 and is intended for researchers who are advanced users of our software tools, including OpenSim, OpenSim Moco, OpenSense, Sit2Stand, and OpenCap. Advanced users include those who are applying these tools to new use cases or developing new pipelines, models, or algorithms. Researchers will work with our staff to advance the goals of their specific research projects. We highly encourage collaborators to participate in the workshop as a team. Applications are due December 15, 2023.
Webinar: AddBiomechanics – Lowering the Barriers to Musculoskeletal Modeling and Large-Scale Discoveries in Biomechanics
In the first part of this webinar, Mr. Werling will present the AddBiomechanics web platform and show how it can fit into your lab’s workflow. In the second half of the webinar, he will walk participants through a hands-on tutorial of uploading and processing motion capture data, provide best practices and troubleshooting tips when using AddBiomechanics, and provide an easy “getting started” kit for data sharing compliance.