virtual reality

Virtual reality: Five key principles to avoid motion sickness

From September 15 to 19, b<>com will offer visitors to IBC in Amsterdam a virtual reality experience that simulates undersea exploration. This technological demonstration has had the teams of the Usage & Acceptability Laboratory working for years, particularly on the phenomenon of motion sickness. Guillaume Jégou, Head of the Laboratory, tells us more about their work on this issue.
Virtual reality: Five key principles to avoid motion sickness

A virtual Dive in Oceanopolis

From July 3 to 13, 2017, b<>com invited the visitors of Océanopolis Brest to test out a new experience, "The Virtual Arctic Expedition." Equipped with virtual reality headsets and headphones, the volunteers, in groups of four, are submerged 20m deep, in a hyperrealistic, virtual marine environment.
A virtual Dive in Oceanopolis