Institut Image – Le2i
TypeCommunications avec actes
Institut Image is a department of Arts et Métiers ParisTech developing virtual reality (VR) for teaching, research, and innovation. The research team is composed of 30 people (teacher- researchers, engineers, PhD students) and is part of Le2i laboratory (CNRS lab). Institut Image hosts a master research program (15 students) and innovates through its technological platform PeTRiiV. Research activities are developed in strong relationship with industry. Several collaborative research programs are performed, including the VARI3 and Si2M projects presented briefly in this paper.
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MARSH, William Eric; CHARDONNET, Jean-Rémy; MERIENNE, Frédéric (IEEE, 2015)Virtual distances are often misperceived, though most past research ignores co-located cooperative systems. Because active locomotion plays a role in spatial perception, cooperative viewpoint control may impact perceived ...
MARSH, William Eric; CHARDONNET, Jean-Rémy; MERIENNE, Frédéric (Springer International Publishing, 2014)Past studies have shown consistent underestimation of distances in virtual reality, though the exact causes remain unclear. Many virtual distance cues have been investigated, but past work has failed to account for the ...
MARSH, William Eric; MERIENNE, Frédéric (IEEE, 2015)We present a system, intended for automotive design review use cases, that incorporates a tracked tablet in a CAVE, where both the tablet and the CAVE provide different views and interaction possibilities within the same ...
Training-based on real-time motion evaluation for functional rehabilitation in virtual environment NGUYEN, Van-Hanh; MERIENNE, Frédéric; MARTINEZ, Jean-Luc (World Scientific, 2010)One of the most effective applications of virtual reality (VR) in physical rehabilitation is training, where patients are trained for sequence decision-making in special situations presented in virtual environment. In this ...
NOUBISSI, Justin-Hervé; GUILLET, Christophe; MARTINEZ, Jean-Luc; MERIENNE, Frédéric (IEEE, 2012)Remote access to large meshes is the subject of studies since several years. We propose in this paper a contribution to the problem of remote mesh viewing. We work on triangular meshes. After a study of existing methods ...