Our team are delighted to announce the latest version of Oasys MassMotion, the world’s most flexible system to design for human movement.
A range of new features gives users the ability to better communicate the impact of design and operational choices to clients, customers, and stakeholders. Additionally, building on existing automation and customisation capabilities, MassMotion now makes it easier than ever before to automate running of models, extract data, and streamline the modelling process.
To aid in communicating the impact of crowds on design, MassMotion avatars have been updated. Male, female, reduced mobility and more avatars help to show the diversity of crowds, and height scaling. This addition is part of our broader research efforts into diverse movement typologies for future versions of MassMotion. To further enhance presentation of results, users can now generate dynamic flythrough videos of models to better demonstrate aspects of a model. Finally, the new Billboard object allows users to add signs throughout models and display various model elements during playback: populations, queue times, and more. Communicate the crowding impacts to clients in new ways using these tools.
To further expand MassMotion’s automation and customisation capabilities, our powerful Software Development Kit (SDK) has been updated. Additional key features include many Activity objects to generate agents flexibly, and the ability for users to interact with the MassMotion Action system governing complex agent itineraries. Additionally, MassMotion 11 introduces the Script object, a transformational way to make automation easier within MassMotion. Bringing the full functionality of the python SDK environment into MassMotion, users can write and share scripts within the MassMotion environment. To add to this, additional scripting documentation has been added to allow for even greater flexibility within MassMotion.
These and additional quality of life and feature improvements further establish Oasys MassMotion as a tool of choice for assessing the impact of crowds on designs and operations of spaces: for more information or an evaluation license, please contact us.
Register for and view our Oasys MassMotion 11 launch webinar.