Browse Publications Technical Papers 2004-01-2190
2004-06-15

Human Swept Volumes 2004-01-2190

The Human Swept Volume (HSV) software described here is an interactive tool that allows users to position and animate articulated human models and then generate tessellated swept volume solids. Inverse kinematics and keyframe interpolation are used to define motion sequences, and a voxel-based method is used to create swept volume solid models. The software has been designed to accept various human anthropometry models, which can be imported from other CAD tools. For our initial implementation, we defined several human models based on dimensions from CAESAR/SAE anthropometric data. A case study is described in which the swept volume software was used as a part of a human space occupancy analysis. Results show the advantages of using complete swept volumes for objective measurement comparisons.

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