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Anatomy and Drawing The Classic and Definitive Manual of by Victor Perard

By Victor Perard

This instructive e-book offers first-class annotated line drawings of anatomical constitution for the start artist, explaining the topic in basic terms, deciding upon components of the physique and demonstrating sporting activities during the author’s sketches. Chapters hide the human skeleton, head and neck, torso, arm, hand, leg, foot, and musculature. 179 black-and-white illustrations.

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Um die Forderung |q| = 1 zu erf¨ muss n auf die Einheitsl¨ ange n = ( 1/3, 1/3, 1/3) skaliert werden. Wir setzen diese Parameter in Glg. 3 ein und erhalten: vx = ⎡ ⎤ ⎡ ⎤ ⎤ ⎡ 1/3 sin(t 3π/4) x ´ 2 (0, ⎣y´⎦) =(cos(t 3π/4), ⎣ 1/3 sin(t 3π/4)⎦)(0, ⎣1⎦) z´ 0 1/3 sin(t 3π/4) ⎡ − (cos(t 3π/4), ⎣− − ⎤ 1/3 sin(t 3π/4) 1/3 sin(t 3π/4)⎦) mit 1/3 sin(t 3π/4) Z n= d 1 3, 1 3, 1 3 i 0 ≤ t ≤ 1. vb v(u) Y a=270° (1-u)W W Z v P: (2,1,0) ve X X Y Abb. 6. Beispiel zur Quaternionen-Rotation Abb. 7. Sph¨ arische Vektorinterpolation Indem wir den Parameter t mit konstanten Schritten von 0 bis 1 inkrementieren, erhalten wir den in der Abb.

Die Definition der Segmentgeometrien erfolgt hierbei innerhalb der lokalen Koordinatensysteme. Am Beispiel einer vereinfachten Skelettstruktur des Bewegungsmodells eines Menschen l¨ asst sich, wie die Abb. 22 illustriert, die Zerlegung dieses Modells in vier kinematische Ketten darstellen. Jede dieser kinematischen Ketten hat eine Verankerung in einem Basiskoordinatensystem (BKS). Koordinatentransformationen wirken sich hierbei innerhalb einer Kette nur auf jene lokalen Koordinatensysteme (LKS) aus, die bez¨ uglich des BKS eine niedrigere Hierarchie aufweisen.

29 dargestellt. Im zweidimensionalen Fall bestimmen wir die hierf¨ ur notwendige Winkel¨anderung des Effektors ∆θe = θZiel − θe , indem wir alle Gelenkwinkel¨anderungen der kinematischen Kette addieren: n ∆θe = ∆θi . Unter Einbeziehung dieser Orientierungstransformation erhalten wir das Gleichungssystem zur Bestimmung von ∆P und ∆θe in Matrixnotation ⎛ ⎞ ⎞ ⎛ ∆θ ⎞ 1 ∂fx (Θ)/∂θ1 · · · ∂fx (Θ)/∂θn ∆x . ⎟ ⎝ ∆y ⎠ = ⎝ ∂fy (Θ)/∂θ1 · · · ∂fy (Θ)/∂θn ⎠ ⎜ ⎝ .. 16) darstellen l¨ asst, in der J die sog. Jacobi-Matrix ist6 .

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