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’.
Three terms are recently emerging out of a range of terms: virtual reality, mixed reality, and augmented reality (often referred to as VR, MR, and AR). A broad range of professionals and companies are using them, which is a great news for technological advancement. It is however a recurring occurrence to see them misunderstood or even misused, […]
Anyone who is interested in immersive technologies will have read, here or there, about the potential of these solutions in the field of training and education. For a few years now, Immersion has been a witness and a privileged actor of this growing craze and of the acceleration of immersive learning; an understandable craze, even […]
Collaboration and Virtual Reality: How does the control center of Singulair- world expert in wind turbine blade control – facilitate decision-making locally and remotely? Immersion has met Olivier Maffrand CEO of Singulair. Olivier welcomed us in his new premises in Bordeaux where his control centre is equipped with our technologies. This was an opportunity to have a photo […]
Immersion is made up of a multidisciplinary team in which Juliette Vauchez, an engineer in Human Factors, works. Her role is to study and ensure that the end user (and more generally the human) is central throughout the design cycle in order to create technology that makes sense. As part of her various projects, our […]
Energizing your teams. Working together in tomorrow’s world. You want your workspace to evolve in a fast-paced world. Collaboration is a ubiquitous catch-all word, and immersion is the tangible shift of the next few years. Everything is possible, but where to start? How to make the right choice? Explanations by Juliette Vauchez, Human Factors Engineer […]
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 […]