The Heudiasyc laboratory carries out a number of tests for innovation projects, requiring the use of powerful technological platforms.
The fields of research span intelligent vehicles to autonomous mini-UAVs, railway monitoring to 3D interaction between humans and systems.
In their quest for improved research for IT, automation, robotics and artificial intelligence, the laboratory reached out to Antycip to design and install a modular four-sided VR CAVE (Cave Automated Virtual Environment).
The completion of the Virtual Reality CAVE has improved research of new technologies, enabling the Heudiasyc VR team in particular to explore new models for adaptive feedback in virtual environments based on the Enaction theory, as well as decision modelling for informed interactions.
The modular four-sided CAVE is an immersive system used for research on informed virtual environments. It was designed with the capability to offer both a closed configuration (U-shaped) and an open one (L-shaped).