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 +===== SCONE Webinar =====
 +On October 24, Thomas Geijtenbeek will present a webinar titled "//​Predictive Simulation of Biological Motion using SCONE//"​. Registration is free but required, as space is limited. [[https://​opensim.stanford.edu/​support/​event_details.php?​id=230&​title=OpenSim-Webinar-Predictive-Simulation-of-Biological-Motion-using-SCONE|Click here to register]]. ​
 ====== Welcome to SCONE ====== ====== Welcome to SCONE ======
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-SCONE is open source software for **predictive simulation** of **human and animal ​motion**.+SCONE is open source software for **predictive simulation** of **biological ​motion**.
-With SCONE, you can **optimize** controllers that generate ​muscle excitation ​patterns and motion trajectories,​ according to **high-level objectives**such as walking speed and energy efficiency.+With SCONE, you can generate ​actuator ​patterns and motion trajectories ​that optimally perform a specific task, according to **high-level objectives** such as walking speed, pain avoidance, ​and energy efficiency.
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-<button type="​primary"​ size="​lg">​[[https://​simtk.org/​projects/​scone|Download SCONE (Windows 64 bit)]]</​button>​+<button type="​primary"​ size="​lg">​[[https://​simtk.org/​projects/​scone|Download SCONE (Win64)]]</​button>​
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