laval-virtual-2014

As posted last week, CEEDs will be showcased at the 16th International Conferences and Exhibition of Virtual Technologies and Uses, which will take place from 9-13th April in Laval, France.

We now have an official page on the exhibitor section: http://www.laval-virtual.org/en/exhibitors/list-of-exhibitors/141-brainx3-embodied-exploration-of-neural-data.html.

BrainX3, the CEEDs application that will be showcased, will allows visitors to navigate through a 3D human brain data set representation [and sound] with the support of an agent that interprets user responses using body tracking and different custom-built sensors (e.g. a glove to detect arousal, hand gestures and to measure the user electrodermal response). With this system, the user will be able to explore and interact with the Connectome dataset: the network of nodes and connections that provides a description of the human brain connectivity.

This is a demonstration of the CEEDS system which is normally shown in an immersive mixed reality multimodal space [25 square meters] called CEEDs Experience Induction Machines, CXIM, developed by the SPECS laboratory at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain. For Laval Virtual 2014, CEEDs will be showcased in its portable version.

Three papers and one poster – all CEEDs supported and all with talks – will also  be presented: http://www.laval-virtual.org/en/scientific-conferences/vric-2014.html

See you at Laval Virtual 2014!
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  • EC funded

  • Under FP7

  • Project details

    Project number: 258749
    Call (part) identifier: FP7-ICT-2009-5
    Project Start Date: 1st September 2010
    Project Duration: 48 month

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