3D User Interfaces for anyone
10th June 2011, 2:30pm
Entrée libre et gratuite.
LRI Bât 490, Salle 79 (how to get there ?)
Enhancing interaction between users and 3D environments is a challenging research question that is fundamental for the positive widespread of interactive 3D graphics in many fields of our societies (e.g. education and art). In this talk, I will present various 3D User Interfaces (3D UIs) we have developed these past few years, and that contribute to this general quest. In particular, I will show examples in the scope of mobile interaction, touchscreens, and immersive virtual environments.
Martin Hachet is a research scientist at INRIA Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest. His main research activity is on 3D User Interfaces. In particular, he has designed new hardware and software interfaces for mobile interaction, collaboration, and virtual reality. His current interest is on 3D User Interfaces for multitouch systems. Martin is a member of the IEEE 3DUI steering committee and he actively participates to the coordination of scientific community in the areas of HCI, VR, and Computer Graphics.