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 invites 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

The Future of experience starts at Futures Park

{France, March 27th 2017} For the first time, the French innovation center b<>com has been selected to exhibit at NAB show’s Futures Park (booth N2035FP). It will present five cutting edge technologies, all focusing on achievements of our Hypermedia research department - one of b<>com’s strongest fields of expertise: ultra-high definition images, 3D sound, smart content, and virtual and augmented reality. Among the hot topics showcased will be SDR to HDR conversion and new immersive content and experiences.
The Future of experience starts at Futures Park