Can I add a sliding module to the line to simulate the ups and downs of the chest when breathing?

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gtx233
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Can I add a sliding module to the line to simulate the ups and downs of the chest when breathing?

Post by gtx233 » 10 Jan 2018, 12:00

Hi

I am trying to use vrep to simulate the ups and downs of the chest, while we all know vrep is related to robotics, is there any way to achieve this goal?


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coppelia
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Re: Can I add a sliding module to the line to simulate the ups and downs of the chest when breathing?

Post by coppelia » 15 Jan 2018, 18:13

I have no idea whatsoever what you are trying to achieve. Please explain in more details...

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gtx233
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Re: Can I add a sliding module to the line to simulate the ups and downs of the chest when breathing?

Post by gtx233 » 18 Jan 2018, 14:34

With a closed curve that the cross-sectional profile of the chest, by adding some modules to simulate the human body when the chest breathing ups and downs. Is this feasible?

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Re: Can I add a sliding module to the line to simulate the ups and downs of the chest when breathing?

Post by coppelia » 22 Jan 2018, 08:43

I am still struggling in understanding your final goal. V-REP will not magically make things work or appear as realistic. It really depends on the type of simulation. V-REP can perform inverse kinematics for you. Or you can use the physics engine to perform a rigid-body simulation. Other than that, you can always programmatically move and reposition objects/bodies yourself, according to your own algorithm.

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