The MIC project (Microgesture Interaction in Context) is a research project co-funded by the ANR dedicated to micro-gestures for human-machine interaction. Immersion’s role is to take charge of the micro-gesture glove provided by the partners, enhance its capabilities, and use it in concrete use cases related to augmented and virtual reality.
How can mixed reality benefit from 5G for remote assistance? Find the answer in the video from the Evolved-5G project.
TRANSMIXR aims to introduce new technologies and experiences to inform, entertain, connect, inspire, educate, and empower the audience to engage in the production and consumption of transparent, trustworthy, and responsible media. In this regard, Immersion has developed an augmented reality application offering a ‘control room of the future’.
TransMIXR is a European project under the Horizon Europe Framework Programme. The consortium is composed of various organisations from twelve European countries. The TransMIXR project consists of 8 representatives from the CCS and 12 industrial and academic partners. They bring together the interdisciplinary skills and domain expertise needed to create a range of human-centred tools […]
Evolved-5G is an H2020 research project funded by the European Commission. The aim of this project is to open up the experimentation and validation of professional uses of 5G and to put in place the tools to enable future service providers to deploy their services on 5G more easily.
The Training Center 4.0 innovative project aims to put into practice a complete and coherent digital learning system (initial training, apprenticeship and development) for complex organisations and industrial systems.It will include a platform for creating innovative paths and resources, a second dissemination platform and a training centre in New-Aquitaine to deliver immersive simulation training. The […]
In a world that has become unpredictable, industry is facing unprecedented complexity on a daily basis. This situation is reflected in the factories by an explosion in training needs to increase the versatility of the teams. The IRON-MEN solution uses augmented reality (AR) in a unique way to meet this need for adaptability. Passing on […]