virtual reality

CES 2016 as seen by b<>com's experts

From January 6 through 9, the most important high-tech event of the year was held in Las Vegas. 223,000m2 of exhibits, 3600 exhibitors, and over 170,000 visitors. Three of our experts, Nicolas Dallery, Philippe Lemonnier, and Ludovic Noblet was on-site. After the reporting of live photos that showed the increasing presence of connected objects, it's their turn to share with us the major trends of the 2016 edition as seen through the eyes of b<>com.
CES 2016 as seen by b<>com's experts
Fred Pieau

Immersive Interactions

Improving perception of the environment, understanding complex data, or allowing remote users to interact and collaborate: These are the challenges that the Immersive Interactions lab is striving to meet, using augmented reality and virtual reality technologies. It also seeks to improve the physiological and psychological acceptability of the proposed technological solutions.
Immersive Interactions

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