Manipulate human joints and create expressive poses
with KineMan 3D skeleton
is the ultimate web application for learning and demonstrating human joint behavior, and for creating complex human poses.
Unlike any other online human anatomy/kinesiology model or mannequin app, KineMan allows YOU to move the joints: simply, precisely, and realistically. You can select from over 100 joints (and 170 degrees of freedom), and move them simply by clicking & dragging on the skeleton. You’ll observe biomechanically-realistic behaviors, owing to movement parameters (like ranges of motion) derived from scientific sources.
Plus, you can position and view the body from any angle, while quickly identifying more than 200 bones, described using precise scientific names & common names. Bones are rendered using high-definition bone shapes, with realistic 3D illumination and accurate perspective (thanks to WebGL graphics).
At the same time, KineMan is easy to use. You can: identify bones by hovering, select joints to move by clicking on them, and move joints by dragging across the viewing area. Or, move the body or joints using ‘smart’ sliders. You can experiment and iterate, thanks to Undo or Redo buttons. Documentation includes embedded 'Hints' & tooltips galore, plus extensive online Help.
With its realistic joint behavior, KineMan serves as unique & powerful human pose generation tool (mannequin). You can define complex poses for countless applications, including:
|athletics & fitness||figure drawing||dance||martial arts||safety|
You can make your poses highly expressive, by incorporating hand & foot joints. Or, replicate poses accurately, by tracing from images. Plus, utilities enable you to save your poses & share them with colleagues, or save them as images, optionally with transparent backgrounds.
KineMan excels in multiple roles:
Demonstration tool *
Pose creation & analysis
Availability & Requirements
KineMan is available in two Editions:
|Offers:||Core functionality||Advanced functionality|
|Usage:||Personal use||Professional, academic, clinical, and public use.|
|Free!||Flexible, no-nonsense subscriptions|
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