Yutaca Sawai's Blog (8)

Task 9.4 : Biomechanical Simulation of Bats and Divine formulas

Hello everyone.

This demonstration simulates flapping movements when the bat lifts up as well as thrusts forward.

We already recognized the fundamental mechanisms of flight of insects and bats through the divine formula.…

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Added by Yutaca Sawai on October 24, 2018 at 12:33am — 1 Comment

Task 3.1 : Biomechanical Equestrian simulation

Hello everyone,

Long time no see.

My animal-type drone research and development launched the new open institute "Varipon Institute" at Blender Network.

From now on, we will provide you modeling data of movement mechanism operating on land, at…

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Added by Yutaca Sawai on August 17, 2018 at 5:30am — No Comments

Biomechanical simulation of Artificial Aquatic & Marine Animals (2)

Task 2.8 : Biomechanical simulation of Butterfly swimming (Improved version)

The biomechanical mechanism of butterfly swimming technology is very difficult and it is still necessary to continue the research. I could not be satisfied with my first achievement in this year and I rebuilt it over and…

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Added by Yutaca Sawai on January 16, 2018 at 2:30am — 5 Comments

Biomechanical simulation of Artificial Aquatic & Marine Animals

Dear ladies and gentlemen,

I present a plan of Unmanned Underwater Vehicles in the future.

The biomechanical simulation of crawling swimmers (above) 

Other examples

The biomechanical simulation of hand movement :

(It is similar to jellyfish propulsion…

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Added by Yutaca Sawai on June 5, 2017 at 6:00am — 4 Comments

Biomechanical simulation of Horse gaits

The product design of new motorcycle of biomechanical horses.

Art work plan : Biomechanical simulation of natural animals

« http://varipon.com/index.php/work-plan-3/task-31/ »

Demo reel include all application…

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Added by Yutaca Sawai on June 24, 2016 at 2:00pm — 10 Comments

Biomechanical simulation of dung beetles

I design it to carry Relief goods to disaster city while hurtling the desert for long periods.

« explanation »

 - Fore legs decide traveling direction.

 - Mid legs which is most close to the centroid take most traction and load.

 - Hind legs are auxiliary legs for moving the left and right legs…

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Added by Yutaca Sawai on November 27, 2015 at 1:30am — 7 Comments

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