Kinematics is the study of motion without thought to mass. It studies how, in a given kinematic chain - a set of objects jointed together, such as an avatar limb - the movement of the whole, and the final position of the whole is changed as each piece moves through space.
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Watching an Olympic skier perform a downhill slalom, turning smoothly around the flags, makes the sport seem just as much an art as a science. Although advanced skiers know how to turn effectively, the exact physical mechanisms involved rem...
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