The tool can spin pens and rotate objects, and in medicine it is expected to accelerate the development of prosthetics, physical rehabilitation and surgical techniques.
Meta , the company of Mark Zuckerberg , has presented MyoSuite, a platform that allows the creation of realistic musculoskeletal simulations that could have a significant impact on the development and prosthetic rehabilitation of patients.
The artificial intelligence (AI) division of Meta announced the launch of a machine learning tool for biomechanical control problems, which will allow the development of fast-moving models of the human body, four thousand times more than the latest generation prostheses.
It is an outstanding technology , mainly, designed to carry out a variety of activities, some of which have a direct focus on health. MyoSuite can be used to shape the technology required in business operations. Next, Infobae brings what are the characteristics of the skeleton created by the California company.
Mark Zuckerberg just announced MyoSuite, a new AI platform we developed to build realistic musculoskeletal simulations to help accelerate development of prosthetics. It could also help us build avatars that move more realistically in the metaverse. https://t.co/Q4gVboQGSa pic.twitter.com/T27CAbXBg5
— Meta Newsroom (@MetaNewsroom) May 23, 2022
Meta’s robot skeleton that would be vital in the future of the metaverse
It is true that metaverse has multiple ways to apply it in the real world. The best example of this is given by a Turkish farmer, named Izzet Zocak, who uses virtual reality glasses so that his cows can produce more milk.
Are we facing a new way of understanding social relationships? Meta Holdings plans seem to have no limit. Proof of this is its latest innovation: the aforementioned robotic skeleton with applications in the metaverse and medicine for the future.
According to the company’s press release , this new technology based on artificial intelligence has the main objective of modeling human movement to help develop prosthetics , and then the inverted super avatar is shown. So this is a major step forward in creating this kind of parallel digital universe.
The next generation program seemsbe able to run 4,000 times faster than current musculoskeletal modeling software,which is essential to replicate human movement. Thanks to this new addition, you can, among other things, turn a key, a ball or a pen. They seem like small gestures, but in doing so, they push the boundaries of a solution that is still in development.
One of the purposes of this robotic skeleton is to create prostheses with the aim of improving rehabilitation processes or, of course, integrating this proposal in the operating room.
“This research could accelerate the development of prosthetics, physical rehabilitation and surgical techniques,” says Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta Holdings.
Meta’s physical store is already a reality
This place is made for people who want to try out products like Ray-Ban Stories, Meta’s augmented reality glasses , as well as Portal video calling gadgets and Oculus VR headsets.
The store offers products such as Meta’s first RayBan smart glasses , which allow you to take 30-second photos and videos.
People can also visit Facebook ‘s video chat devices called Portal, which have grown in popularity during the coronavirus pandemic.
Also, you can try out the company’s latest VR headset, Quest 2, and people can play titles like Beat Saber, Golf Plus, Real VR Fishing, and Supernatural on the device. A curved wall-to-wall LED display shows what you see in virtual reality.
Rachel Maga is a technology journalist currently working at Globe Live Media agency. She has been in the Technology Journalism field for over 5 years now. Her life’s biggest milestone is the inside tour of Tesla Industries, which was gifted to her by the legend Elon Musk himself.