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Connected prosthetic knee: Initial results

At the CARS international science conference, b<>com presented a demonstration of an orthopedic surgery augmented reality application. This prototype developed through the Followknee Augmented Reality group is an alternative to existing 3D medical location technologies (optical, infrared, magnetic).
Connected prosthetic knee: Initial results

Back from AWE 2018!

Munich, the European core of Industry 4.0, hosted the 10th edition of the Augmented World Expo (AWE) in late October, as well as the 17th edition of the ISMAR international conference devoted to augmented and mixed reality technologies. Jérôme Royan, Principal Architect at b<>com was on site. He shares his impressions with us.
Back from AWE 2018!

360 audio, HDR and AR in the spotlight at IBC

From September 14 to 18, b<>com teams will be at the IBC Amsterdam, Europe’s largest Media, Entertainment and Technology tradeshow. For the 3rd consecutive year, b <> com was once again selected to join the Future Zone, a space dedicated to emerging technologies and innovations on the industry's cutting edge.
360 audio, HDR and AR in the spotlight at IBC
Fred Pieau

Augmented Reality: Full speed ahead!

Augmented Reality is on everyone's lips these days. Sales assistance, maintenance, training, surgery: The fields of application are numerous and promising. From September 14 to 18, b<>com will use the IBC's Future Zone to present an exclusive technology fresh out of b<>com's labs. We asked Ludovic Noblet, Director of Hypermedia at b<>com, for an update on this area of innovation.
Augmented Reality: Full speed ahead!

Europe's augmented reality players must join forces to compete globally

{Rennes, January 16th 2018 } An Industry Specification Group with b<>com, Fraunhofer HHI, the CEA, and Institut Mines Telecom as founding members was launched at ETSI last December to define an interoperability framework for augmented reality applications. Industrials are starting to join the effort with Siemens as a new member and actors like Bosch, Technicolor and Orange contributing to the discussions while considering joining. The focus on interoperability will benefit both technology providers and end-users.
Europe's augmented reality players must join forces to compete globally

b<>com takes the lead in a global work group about augmented reality

On December 4, ETSI announced the creation of a new Industry Specifications Group - named ISG ARF - that aims to develop an interoperability framework for augmented reality applications. Muriel Deschanel, who leads Hypermedia business development at b<>com and chairs the group, talks to us about ISG ARF's ambitions and challenges.
b<>com takes the lead in a global work group about augmented reality

When augmented reality facilitates diagnosis

From November 13 to 16, 2017, the world's largest medical trade show will be held in Düsseldorf. Our teams from the Augmented Healthcare labo will be there to present an exclusive demo of their "3D localization" technology.
When augmented reality facilitates diagnosis

2nd place for the IRT b<>com at the 3DUI Contest

The IEEE 3D User Interface and IEEE Virtual Reality conference was held in Greenville from March 19 to 23, with nearly 500 international researchers attending. At this event, b<>com took part in the 3DUI Contest, which each year sees the world's top research laboratories (University of Rio Grande do Sul, EPFL, University of São Paulo, Virgina Tech, etc.) compete in a 3D interaction challenge.
2nd place for the IRT b<>com at the 3DUI Contest

NICT Osaka:screen with Transformer

French Tech Tour Asia:Promising Encounters

18 months after its first visit for monitoring and benchmarking purposes, and less than a month after a presentation at the Smart Radio Symposium in South Korea, b<>com was back in Japan and South Korea in early December.
French Tech Tour Asia:Promising Encounters
Caroline Ablain

The Augmented Reality plan is a Go!

Vincent Marcatté, President of b<>com and head of the industrial Augmented Reality Plan, has just submitted his roadmap to the Ministry of the Economy. It was approved by Arnaud Montebourg and Axelle Lemaire, and will now be implemented.
The Augmented Reality plan is a Go!