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1 BODYBUILDER FOR BIOMECHANICS > NAVIGATION PUBLICATION
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BODYBUILDER FOR BIOMECHANICS © 2002 Oxford Metrics Ltd All rights reserved Revision history Created July 1995 Development version of VICON Editor and Modeller software (16 bit) First update August 1995 Version 1.0 of VICON Editor and Modeller (16 bit) - limited release Second update February 1996 Production version 2.0 (32 bit), renamed BodyBuilder Third update April 1996 Production version 2.0 (32 bit), BodyLanguage manual separately bound Fourth update February 1997 Production version 3.0, BodyLanguage manual re-integrated Fifth update November 1997 Production version 3.5 Biomechanics edition Intended Audience This manual is intended for operators of VICON motion systems who are familiar with Windows NT or Windows 2000 operating software, and with VICON Workstation application software. Manuals for these products are supplied separately Trademarks The following are registered trademarks or trademarks with registration pending: Company Information Oxford Metrics Ltd 14 Minns Estate West Way Oxford OX2 0JB tel. +44 1865 261800 fax +44 1865 240527 http://www.vicon.com Manual author: [email protected] 2 BODYBUILDER FOR BIOMECHANICS < > NAVIGATION PUBLICATION Microsoft Corp. Microsoft Corp. Intel Corp. International Business Machines Inc. Acclaim Technologies Inc. Alias Inc Wavefront Inc SoftImage Inc Nichimen Graphics NewTek Side Effects Inc. Oxford Metrics Ltd Oxford Metrics Ltd Oxford Metrics Ltd Oxford Metrics Ltd Windows 2000 Windows NT i486, Pentium IBM Acclaim Power Animator Kinemation SoftImage 3D N-World Lightwave 3D Prisms VICON Workstation BodyBuilder BodyLanguage DynaCal
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3 BODYBUILDER FOR BIOMECHANICS < > NAVIGATION PUBLICATION CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 09 Overview 09 Licensing 09 Computer Requirements 10 Related Documentation and Technical Support 10 How to Use this Manual 10 Software Installation 11 USING BODYBUILDER 12 The Working Environment 12 Manipulating Data 12 Writing and Running Models 12 Work Flow 13 Static Trials 14 WORKSPACE WINDOW 15 Opening the Workspace Window 15 Selecting Trajectories 15 Display of Trajectories and Sticks 16 Workspace Definition 17 Rotating the Viewpoint 17 Zooming the Viewpoint 18 Moving the centre of rotation and zoom in the viewplane 19 Changing the centre of rotation and zoom to a selected point on a trajectory 19 Alternative Display Modes 20 Labels List 20 Label Mode 21 Replay Control Bar 22 GRAPH EDITOR WINDOW 23 Graph Editor 23 Controlling the Display 23 Changing the Time Scale 24 Changing the Vertical Scale 25 Moving the display laterally without changing scale 25 Moving the display vertically without changing scale 25 Selecting a Field Range 25 Point Dragging 27 TEXT EDITOR WINDOW 28 Text Editing 28 Opening a Text Editing Window 28 Editing Text Files and Testing Changes 29
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CONTENTS FILE MENU COMMANDS 30 File Menu 30 Open 30 Merge 30 Close 31 Save 31 Range to Save 32 Save As 32 Write C3D 33 Axis Changing 34 Write ASCII 35 Options 36 Previous Files 37 Preferences 37 EDIT MENU COMMANDS 39 Edit Menu 39 Undo and Redo 39 Snip 39 Delete 40 Add Point 41 Create New Trajectory 43 Delete Trajectory 44
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