(Professor John Rasmussen, Head of the biomechanics research group at the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Aalborg University, Denmark, 08. February, 2021 )
Anybodyrun.com was recently released to the public. On this site, you can create a biomechanical model that supposedly runs like you do, and you can investigate what-if scenarios, for instance: How will my calorie consumption be affected if I take shorter steps? How much larger will the loads from the ground on my body be if I run a little bit faster?
The site is a simplified version of a technology that is much more comprehensive. Join us for this webcast to get the scientific background for all of it and to understand what it can do for you.