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Welcome To CRVM Center For Virtual Reality Of The Mediterranean

The Center for Virtual Reality of the Mediterranean (CRVM) is a Virtual Reality technical facility dedicated to the study of human behavior in an immersive environment. CRVM offers development services, equipment and human resources, and expertise in the field of Virtual Reality for research and industry. You will find our projects and references on the website.

In order to promote Virtual Reality you will also find an introduction to Virtual Reality, its possibilities and applications.

Have a good visit.

CRVM's Softwares

The CRVM has two softwares, VRDistrib and ICE, to develop Virtual Reality projects:

  • VRDistrib is a Virtual Reality module for Unity 3D (for more details on VRDistrib)
  • ICE is a powerful software suite, developed for non-computer scientists, to quickly and easily produce a variety of experimental protocols, providing visual and auditory contents and allowing various interactions given different input devices (mice, joysticks, motion sensors, graphics tablet, data acquisition card, haptic arm ...)(for more details on ICE)

These two softwares are available under conditions, please contact us ([javascript protected email address]) for more informations.


2017/05/19 - Media

CNRS Innovation Letter : Acorformed Project

The CRNS Innovation Letter published an article about our Acorformed project. The latter aims at the creation of a commmunicating virtual patient for healthcare professionals training at the annoucement of bad news.

2017/03/20 - Conference

3D User Interfaces Conference 2017

The article of an experimentation carried out at the CRVM obtained the Best Technote (honorable mention) Award at the 3D User Interface (3DUI) Conference 2017.
The experimentation studied the contribution of a vibrotactile feedback during the simulation of feasibility of assembly task in Virtual Reality.

2017/02/01 - Device

Upgrade of the CRVM CAVE

The CAVE has 4 new videoprojectors Christie Mirage 14K-M 14000 Lumens@120Hz.
The firm Antycip achieved the assembly and the installation.

Other news...