MSMS

The following videos demonstrate the main features of MSMS. To learn more about MSMS and explore its advanced features, see MSMS’s user guide.

 

MSMS Tutorial 1 -Viewing and Navigation: In this tutorial, you will be familiarized with MSMS viewing and navigation tools.

 

 

MSMS Tutorial 2 – Building a Simple Model: In this tutorial, you will use MSMS’s interactive model building tools to create a simple model of the human arm.

 

 

MSMS Tutorial 3 – Building a Model with Complex Muscle Path – Part 1: In this tutorial, you will use MSMS’s interactive model building tools to create a model of the human arm.

 

 

MSMS Tutorial 3 – Building a Model with Complex Muscle Path – Part 2.

 

 

MSMS Tutorial 4 – Animation: MSMS models can be animated by motion data coming from different sources such as motion file, a motion capture system, the dynamic simulation of the same model in Simulink or other user programs that can generate and send motion data to MSMS. In this tutorial, you will animate a MSMS model using the motion data stored in a motion file.

 

 

MSMS Tutorial 5 – Simulation: The realistic motion of a MSMS model is governed by the Newtonian mechanics which can be simulated by solving the corresponding differential equations of motion.  MSMS uses Mathwork’s Simulink and SimMechanics toolboxes to derive and solve the differential equations of motion for MSMS models. In this tutorial, you will export a MSMS model to Simulink, simulate it to predict the model’s movement, and view the animation of the resulting motion in MSMS.

 

 

MSMS Tutorial 6 – Exploring Muscle Properties: In this tutorial, you will explore muscle properties by building a simple two-segment skeleton with a hinge joint and a pair of antagonist muscles.