DETROIT – Move over Lara Croft. Chrysler Group engineers are taking the concept of human modeling well beyond a pretty face. In an effort to determine just how the human body interfaces with assembly processes and vehicle operation, the Chrysler tech team has a workforce of e-humans. Chrysler engineers say the human body is “the most complex” object to imitate in the digital realm. The myriad of movements and body types that compose the human species is what makes the computer modeling so ...

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