Helping visually impaired patients to read more comfortably
Leveraging virtual reality...
Understanding pointing strategies of people with macular degeneration
Ongoing work in collaboration with E. Castet
(Cognitive Psychology Lab, Marseille)
Spontaneous bursting behavior in the developing retina
A biophysical model
Towards prosthesis simulation
Simulation of the retinal and cortical response
Simulation platform for the early visual system: retina + cortex
From modeling to simulation to experiments…
Welcome to Biovision Lab website
Think about how much you rely on vision for all your daily activities in a seemingly effortless way… Now, think about what would happen if you were losing some visual capacity... It is the daily life of 253 million people being visually impaired, with a pathology that cannot be cured. What used to be enjoyable, effortless activities now require thought, preparation and a lot of adjustments.
Join us in building a more accessible world:
The Biovision Lab is recruiting Master candidates
to join our dynamic, multi-disciplinary research team, which primary goal is to study vision impairment from theoretical and applied perspectives
. You will be based in Sophia-Antipolis on the French Riviera, in the Inria Research center. Funding opportunities will be available to pursue as a Ph.D. student, including support for fellowships abroad through our international network
Biovision Lab is located in the Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée Research Centre in the south of France, between Nice and Cannes
Health (low vision, visual pathologies: AMD, glaucoma,…),
visual neurosciences (understanding and simulation of the brain and the nervous system, biophysical models, statistical methods)
assistive technology (diagnosis, rehabilitation and vision-aid systems: head-mounted displays, accessible design...),
human-computer interaction (user experience, assisted creativity...),
storytelling (personalized content generation, interactive storytelling...),
artificial intelligence (computer vision, natural language processing…).