Parametric Human Project Scope and Vision

Azam Khan

International Workshop on Biomechanical and Parametric Modeling of Human Anatomy
2013

Abstract

The Parametric Human Project is an academic and industrial research consortium in Digital Human Modelling. The consortium will create an advanced data-driven biomechanical statistical anatomical model as a digital ergonomics and design tool to help users augment or accelerate human abilities. Applications may include education, surgery planning and simulation, biomechanics simulation, ergonomic design and implant design and simulation.

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