CoMoSeF European project
The Heudiasyc laboratory, accompanied by Viveris Technologies and Thales Communication System, joined the CoMoSeF European project (Cooperative Mobility Service for the Future) in April 2013.
It is a European project Celtic+ launched in July 2012, involving 9 countries including Finland (coordinator), Luxembourg, Slovakia, Romania, Poland, South Korea, Sweden, Turkey and now France. The project involves the creation of services and equipment necessary for widespread deployment of cooperative applications for transport in accordance with the ITS Action Plan and the national strategies of the different partners.
3DUI IEEE Contest award
Heudiasyc’s research work was honored at the 2013 VR IEEE by obtaining the 3DUI Contest 2nd award (submission Camille Barot, Kevin Carpentier, Kevin Wagrez, Heudiasyc PhD students, and other students from UTC).
2013 VR IEEE is the major scientific conference in the field of virtual reality. It also brings the 3DUI IEEE Symposium on 3D interfaces, workshops and tutorials, an exhibitor area, etc.
Let’s discover the video untitled "The Wonderland Builder: Using Storytelling Guide to Dream-Like Interaction" for which the 3DUI Contest 2nd award was given:
Tuesday 28th May 2013
Seminar Labex MS2T at 14.00 in Bessel room, presented by Michal PIORO (Professor and head of the Computer Networks and Switching Division at the Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
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