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Specializing in motor vehicle collision reconstruction and simulation software.
The following are some sample simulations created in the past decade which utilized the msmac3D program in conjunction with 3rd party graphics programs (Lightwave, Maya, etc). For more information on McHenry, msmac3D and SMACITER please read: A Short History of Nearly Everything! (...about McHenry and Computers in Highway Safety)
simulations compared to full scale crash and rollover tests demonstrate
validation. (NOTE: 1st video is a composite
video and then if you continue to watch it will play the individual video comparisons 2 or 3 times
each and then move on to
the next video/comparison) See also
msmac3D Order information
Brian's YouTube page
1998 msmac3D reconstruction of Princess Diana collision/a> as broadcast on CBS News
2002 msmac3D utilizing our own wireform graphics to illustrate an offroad excusrsion
2002 msmac3D simulation of Jeep Rollover prepared for the Discovery Channel
2011 msmac3D simulation of PU truck rollover
\1972 Spiral Jump wireform computer graphics 1973 Spiral Jump Auto Stunt with Handheld For more information on the Spiral Jump Stunt see the McHenry Software Forum topic: Questions on the James Bond Stunt
The following are some some examples of applications of the Automatic Iteration of SMAC (SMACITER)
The SMACITER program starts with CRASH or other momentum solution results and then automatically iterates the mSMAC program to determine the speeds at impact.
For additional information see paper
SMAC-2003: The Automatic Iteration of SMAC
Simulation and reconstruction programs are tools which should be used in conjunction with other tools and hand calculation techniques. Please be sure to test and check your results with any simulation or reconstruction program. We welcome any questions, comments, corrections or requests for further information. We can be reached by e-mail at McHenry@mchenrysoftware.com By postal service mail at:
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Before considering the purchase and use of
any collision reconstruction software you should obtain complete information
on any and all programs available. For that reason you will find our web
sites and technical reports include many links and references to other
collision reconstruction programs. Your choice should be an informed decision
based on knowledge of the state-of-the-art of collision reconstruction
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