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Virtual Reality - 3D

Improving user interaction with 3D worlds

Laurent Rabier - 28/09/2010

Anatole Lécuyer, of the BUNRAKU project-team, has recently been awarded the habilitation to advise doctoral theses devoted to interaction with virtual worlds. This is an area where researchers work simultaneously on hardware, software, ergonomics, human perception and applications in real life.


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OpenViBE to Become Medically Certifiable

Jean-Michel Prima - 1/04/2016

Born at Inria research center in Rennes, Brittany, France, circa 2009, OpenViBE has become a leading open source software for Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) and neuroscience research. A spin-off of the institute owning an exclusive license of the software for commercial applications, Mensia Technologies markets this technology through its own line of products as well as services to other vendors or neurotherapists. The company and the scientists are now starting a joint effort to make the software medically certifiable, thus easing the future certification of OpenViBE-based applications created by third parties.


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Virtual reality

Six-Finger Illusion


Is it possible to create the illusion that our right hand has six fingers? More generally, can we believe in structural changes to our bodies in a virtual reality environment? What mechanisms do we use to adopt our virtual body or avatar? If our virtual avatar is different to our real self, how do we perceive the differences and how can they influence our self-perception and behaviour? The Hybrid and MimeTIC teams at the INRIA Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique research centre set up a new experimental platform to examine these questions.


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Anatole Lécuyer

Inria Awards 2013

Anatole Lécuyer: Young researcher Inria - Académie des sciences award

Currently head of the HYBRID team, Anatole Lécuyer was recently awarded the lnria - Académie des Sciences (French Academy of Sciences) young researcher prize. As well as considering this reward a personal honour, he also views it as a form of recognition for his research fields, virtual reality and brain-computer interfaces, which are still relatively "young" and little-known.


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The 2019 IEEE VGTC award for virtual reality goes to Anatole Lecuyer

Nathalie Lacaux (*) - 26/03/2019

Anatole Lecuyer, Inria director of research, picks up the “IEEE VGTC Virtual Reality Technical Achievement Award ”. Set up in 2005, this international prize is recognition for his research into the use of brain-computer interfaces (BCI) and pseudo-haptic feedback in virtual reality (VR).


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Book "Your brain is a super-hero" Anatole Lécuyer


"Your brain is a superhero", a book by Anatole Lécuyer

Jean-Michel Prima - 21/10/2019

How do you make someone believe they’re living in a virtual world? That's the question Anatole Lécuyer, a researcher at the Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique centre, set out to find an answer to. Lécuyer has just published a general-interest book in which he discusses his rather strange job as an illusionist and the equally surprising properties of our brains.


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