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The HuMAnS toolbox, a homogenous framework for motion capture, analysis and simulation

Abstract : Primarily developed for research needs in humanoid robotics, the HuMAnS toolbox (for Humanoid Motion Analysis and Simulation) also includes a biomechanical model of a complete human body, and proposes a set of versatile tools for the modeling, the capture, the analysis and the simulation of human and humanoid motion. This set of tools is organized as a homogenous framework built on top of the numerical facilities of Scilab, a free generic scientific package, so as to allow genericity and versatility of use, in the hope to enable a new dialogue between direct and inverse dynamics, motion capture and simulation, all of this in a rich scientific software environment. Noticeably, this toolbox is an open-source software, distributed under the GPL License.
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Pierre-Brice Wieber, Florence Billet, Laurence Boissieux, Roger Pissard-Gibollet. The HuMAnS toolbox, a homogenous framework for motion capture, analysis and simulation. International Symposium on the 3D Analysis of Human Movement, 2006, Valenciennes, France. ⟨inria-00390447⟩



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