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OpenViBE software for Brain-Computer Interfaces

Traduction(s) de cet article : français
Intervenant(s) :Anatole Lécuyer
Type d'événement :Conférence
Niveau :Confirmé
Date :Jeudi 9 juillet 2009
Horaire :14h00
Durée :20 minutes
Langue :English
Lieu :Salle E202 - Ireste

Open-ViBE is an open-source software devoted to the design, test and use of Brain-Computer Interfaces. The Open-ViBE platform consists of a set of software modules that can be integrated easily and efficiently to design BCI applications. Key features of the platform are its modularity, its high-performance, its portability, its multiple-users facilities and its connection with high-end/VR displays. The "designer" of the platform enables to build complete scenarios based on existing software modules using a dedicated graphical language and a simple Graphical User Interface (GUI).

This software is available on the INRIA Forge under the terms of the LGPL-V2 licence.

Anatole Lécuyer received his Ph.D. in Computer Science in 2001 from University of Paris XI, France, and since 2002 he is a senior researcher at INRIA, the French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control (www.inria.fr), in the BUNRAKU research team in Rennes, France. His main research interests include : Virtual Reality (VR), 3D interaction, haptic feedback, pseudo-haptic feedback and brain-computer interfaces. He is the coordinator of the Open-ViBE project on Brain-Computer Interfaces and VR, the former leader of Working Group on Haptic Interaction of the INTUITION European Network of Excellence on VR, and the INRIA local representative of several national and European projects on VR (ANR PACMAN, EU FET-OPEN NIW, etc). He is an expert in VR for national public bodies and member of international program committees of VR and haptic-related conferences (World Haptics, Eurohaptics, ACM VRST, etc). He is currently an associate editor of the ACM Transactions on Applied Perception, secretary of the French Association for Virtual Reality and secretary of the IEEE Technical Committee on Haptics.

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