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Science & Innovation
Since April 2010, the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie science museum at Parc de la Villette in Paris has played host to the Tech’ Galerie: a 400sq.m. exhibition and debating venue dedicated to tomorrow's technologies. Pierre Ricono, Tech’ Galerie project manager, takes a look back at this pilot experiment and Inria's involvement in the event.
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.
- Mensia Technologies
- Inria Innovation Lab
- INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique
- Anatole Lecuyer
Innovation - health & Biotechnologies
Operating a computer by thought alone was unimaginable ten years ago, but this incredible feat is now possible. Financed by the ANR (the French national research agency), OpenViBE is the first French multi-partner project on brain-computer interfaces. With support from Inria (the French national institute for research in computer science and control) and Inserm (the French national institute of health and medical research), OpenViBE has successfully perfected a free software programme with highly promising applications.
Start-up - Mensia Technologies
Put simply, Mensia Technologies offers the possibility of controlling machines with through thought. This new start-up is focusing essentially on therapeutic applications, but is now offering other services and products, as its Technical Director, Yann Renard, explains.
- Software technology
- Yann Renard
- Functional rehabilitation
- Gestual interaction
- Mensia Technologies
- Human-computer interaction
Inria and Technologies
Créé au centre Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique vers 2009, OpenViBE est devenu un des principaux logiciels open source dans le domaine des interfaces cerveau-ordinateur (ICO) et des recherches en neurosciences.