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Discussions Discussion Anatomy of Movement
jasraj sembhi, Dec. 9, 2012

Hello guys I am a Ninth Grader from QCSD and I someday want to be a doctor so I would like to learn a lot from this discussion.

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Discussions Discussion Anatomy of Movement
Mușat Adriana, March 7, 2012

The Science of Motion

Branch of physics and a subdivision of classical mechanics concerned with the geometrically possible motion of a body or system of bodies without consideration of the forces involved (i.e., causes and effects of the motions). Kinematics aims to provide a description of the spatial position of bodies or systems of material particles, the rate at which the particles are moving (velocity) and the rate at which their velocity is changing (acceleration) … in unconstrained or free motion, the forces determine the shape of the path. Branch of classical mechanics that concerns the effect of forces and torques on the motion of bodies having mass. Authors using the term kinetics apply the nearly
synonymous name dynamics to the classical mechanics of moving bodies. The art of making inanimate objects appear to move. Animation is an artistic impulse that long predates the movies.
History’s first recorded animator is Pygmalion of Greek and Roman mythology, a sculptor who created a figure of a woman so perfect that he fell in love with her and begged Venus to bring her to life. Some of the same sense of magic, mystery and transgression still adheres to contemporary film animation, which has made it a primary vehicle for exploring the overwhelming, often bewildering emotions of childhood – feelings once dealt with by folktales.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fy7zMVkTfU&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDnCR1eOOPw&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqqWIFnFLeg&feature=related

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Discussions Discussion Anatomy of Movement
Tom Gary, Nov. 28, 2011

Complex biomechanical research is being done to improve the effectiveness of the drills performed, prevent injuries and improve the movement of athletes and non-athletes alike.

David Keeley is an assistant professor of biomechanics - or the mechanics of motion in the human body - for the human performance dance and recreation department at NMSU. Keeley has been conducting research regarding the biomechanics of movement in athletes since 2006.

http://www.lcsun-news.com/las_cruces-news/ci_19423702

Keeley is currently working on an assessment tool in order to identify individuals who have a high probability of getting injured. Once these individuals are isolated and factors contributing to their risk of injury are detected, coaches and trainers can work on strengthening these weak points to decrease their risk of injury and hopefully help them avoid injury altogether.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3-UuoQ6fbY
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Discussions Discussion Anatomy of Movement
Amy Sutherland, Nov. 11, 2011

Edgar Degas was one of the founders of Impressionism although he rejected the term and preferred to be called a realist. His nudes offer the fullest expression of the fascination with human form. Degas’s nudes demonstrate his meticulous study of anatomy and movement, and his attention to the grace and elegance of the body.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/54062963@N02/5351894957/in/photostream/
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  • Marco Fulignati Marco Fulignati Nov. 16, 2011
    I like impressionism movement very much. Degas probed into movement of the human body and some of his masterpieces are the famous ballerine in which the movement is probably the main subject of these paintings.

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Billy Sumner, Oct. 27, 2011

Software that models human movement debuts at tech museum - OpenSim, Stanford-developed software that uses physics and anatomy to create 3D simulations of human movement, is now on display at The Leonardo, a science and technology museum. OpenSim is open sourced and free for everyone to use.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScaZP-PZxpI
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Discussions Discussion Anatomy of Movement
emma c-USA, Sept. 28, 2011

http://youtu.be/Ns2dkT2sIug i realize this is vastly more simplistic, but it is also quite entertaining

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  • edoardo barsotti edoardo barsotti Nov. 21, 2011
    This video is very funny but at the same time instructive.
    The song is not so bad but the video is very childdish. the lyrics of this song are very important for us because we must know our body to use it well.

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