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UEVE CO-ORGANIZES THE SYMPOSIUM "THE FUTURES OF MIXED & AUGMENTED REALITY" IN CONJUNCTION WITH LAVAL VIRTUAL 2012, MARCH 28TH 2012, LAVAL, FRANCE

dernière mise à jour : 28/02/2012

  • Chair: Samir OTMANE, PR UEVE, IBISC Lab
  • Co-Chairs: Jean Yves DIDIER, MC UEVE, IBISC Lab
  • Keynote speaker: Dr. Christian SANDOR, University of South Australia, Magic Vision Lab.

Mixed Reality (MR) and Augmented Reality (AR) allow the creation of fascinating new types of user interfaces, and are beginning to show significant impact on industry and society. The field is highly interdisciplinary, bringing together signal processing, computer vision, computer graphics, user interfaces, 2D/3D interactions, human factors, wearable computing, mobile computing, computer networks, displays, sensors... MR/AR concepts are applicable to a wide range of applications (medical, entertainment, military, design, manufacture, maintenance and robotics/telerobotics…) moving from pure academic research into industrial and potential consumer areas.

One of the aims of MR is to enable multi-sensorial augmentations and interactions (video, audio, and haptic) between user and his environment.

This environment can be indoor or outdoor and can be local (MR in direct vision) or distant (MR in indirect vision). Tracking is an important issue of MR/AR, because it allows presenting the virtual information at a specific position/orientation in the field of view of the user. AR is also naturally following the trend to design and implement systems. AR systems need also an additional skill such as software engineering and software architectures to address issues such as network distribution or concurrency management for instance. Beyond this, new trends of collaborative interaction techniques and mobile multiuser interfaces are raising new issues for design, implement and evaluate multiuser AR/MR systems.

This symposium is sponsored by IBISC Laboratory/University of Evry and organised in cooperation with VRIC’2012 Conference. Supported by the DigitalOcean FP7 project.

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