Starting in 2014,
videos are played through YouTube, to provide resolution and streaming
customized for your computer or device.
Older videos are played with or without flash, depending on the type
of device you are using.
Each video is recorded in MP4 format. Most video pages also have links
to the MP4 files so they can be downloaded for later viewing without
Instructional/Demo Video Series
The following video/tutorial series demonstrate the basic use of our
CarSim Demo Tutorial — Video
Aug 2015. Dr. Michael Sayers demonstrates CarSim. If
you have not seen CarSim or are a new user, view this demo to
see how the software works by itself and with Simulink (the total time
is 36 minutes). The demonstration is made with CarSim; the same
methods apply for BikeSim and TruckSim.
VehicleSim Basics — Video Series
April 2013. Each video in this series covers a basic part
of VehicleSim technology. They assume some familiarity with the
software (you should view the Demo tutorial first).
Presentations of Interesting Simulations
About Mechanical Simulation
May 2014. This video provides an overview of our company and summarizes our products.
VS Visualizer with Heads Up Display
April 2013. Demonstration of VS Visualizer with heads up display
(HUD). The MP4 doesn't have the quality of VS Visualizer, but it
shows the basic idea.
Driving a racecourse on a 6-DOF Hexapod
May 2012. See and hear video of Phil Mather driving a CarSim model
through a local racecourse using a 6-DOF hexapod at Mechanical
The following videos are recorded powerpoint presentations
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