Low-Dimensional Control Representations for Muscle-Based Characters: Application to Overhead Throwing
The presentation will take place at INRIA Rennes, in room Métivier (C024), on Friday December 2nd, at 10:30am.
PhD committee / Composition du jury:
Michiel van de Panne, Professeur, University of British Columbia / Rapporteur
Philippe Souères, Directeur de …
The CavaleTIC project, funded by IFCE, aims at developping new monitoring technology to assist trainers in elite horse riders. In collaboration with UBS (Universite Bretagne Sud), the first step of the project consists in designing the specifications of such a technologica support. To this end, we carried-out in September …
The french National Research Agency (ANR) has accepted our project of a joint research laboratory with the French SolidAnim SME. This 3-year research project Cineviz aims at jointly developing tools for movie previsualization, mixing virtual camera systems (like Mr Melies) and computational aspects such as viewpoint computation, camera …
MimeTIC presented demonstration on the use of VR to evaluate interaction between athletes at Futur En Seine 2016.
Evaluation session of the professional football players of the Stade Rennais.
More information on the Official website of the football team (in french)
Les Rouge et Noir passent au révélateur ! par staderennais
We will be presenting our most recent work on plausible crowd animations in Siggraph this year. The talk in on Tuesday 26th of July at 9am in the session Perception of Shapes and People.
Some of our members collaborated with members of the Hybrid team to explore how participants accepted controlling a six-digit virtual hand in an immersive setup.
The scientific paper is on open access here, and the work was covered by the national press: BFMTV, Industrie &Technologies, …
Congratulations to Christophe Lino and Marc Christie for their paper entitled “Intuitive and Efficient Camera Control with the Toric Space”, recently accepted to Siggraph 2015.
More information on their work is available here.
A transdiciplinary workshop on Human Motion Analysis and Synthesis is being organised on June 26th following Julien Pettré’s HDR.
- Jean-Paul Laumond, LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France
- William H. Warren, Brown University, Providence, USA
- Francois Chaumette, Inria, Rennes, France
- Nuria Pelechano, Barcelona University, Spain
- Ronan Boulic, EPFL, Switzerland
- Taku Komura, …
Julien Pettré will be defending is HDR on June 25th. More details will be coming soon.
Location: Inria-Rennes, Campus de Beaulieu, Métivier room
Crowd simulation was born from the need to understand, predict or imitate the behavior of real crowds. Applications are numerous, ranging from the architectural …