ACM 13th TEI international conference
18 mar 2019
In the context the Bretez project, a partnership between the Metalab, Mylène Pardoen (CNRS) and the history department of the UQAM aims for giving immersive editing tools to historians to help them to create popularization videos and immersive experiences from their research. This work makes use of the in situ edition platform EiS, the audio spatialization engine SATIE and the projection mapping engine Splash.
It has been presented by Emmanuel Durand during the 13th international conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interactions (TEI'2019) which took place in Tempe, Arizona from March the 18th to 20th 2019. The article can be found on the ACM digital library.