THE FEASIBILITY OF APPLYING COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN IN COMPETITIVE SPORTS EXERCISES
Keywords: Computer-Aided Design, 3-D molding, image processing system, interactive mode
AbstractThe purpose of this study is to determine the feasibility of applying the principles of Computer-Aided- Design to research into human movement. It could be of considerable importance to future research in biomechanics to combine the technology of Computer- Aided Design (CAD) and computer image processing with the imaginative power, creativity and experience of instructors, athletes and sports science researchers. It is also critical to design fast and efficient competition exercises and to replace the traditional ways of design with advanced science and technology. This paper will introduce the design principle, the characteristics, as well as the structure of the system, the working environment, the technology of application and effect analysis.
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