July 6, 2024
We are recruiting! We are hoping to add more students and post-doctoral fellows to our team investigating ADvanced Airspace Usability (ADAIR) with colleagues at École Polytechnique and Toronto Metropolitan University, and industry partners in the Canadian aviation sector!
July 4, 2024
Congratulations to Juliette Regimbal on the Best Poster Award from Eurohaptics 2024 for her work on Investigating Haptic Co-Creation with Reinforcement Learning.
May 27, 2024
professor bouzekri
Congratulations to Dr. Élodie Bouzekri, who will be joining the Immersive Natural User Interaction (INUIT) team of the Laboratoire des Sciences et Techniques de l'Information, de la Communication et de la Connaissance (Lab-STICC) of the Université de Bretagne Occidentale (UBO) as an Assistant Professor!
March 20, 2024
We're hiring a core server-side R&D person for the IMAGE project. Thank you to the support from Healthy Brains, Healthy Lives through their Neuro Commercialization Grants and McGill's Office of Innovation + Partnerships for their generous support of the next phase of the IMAGE Project, in collaboration with Humanware.
About us
The Shared Reality Lab works to achieve high-fidelity distributed interaction, with both real and virtual data, at levels of presence that support the most demanding applications, and to do so in spite of sensor and bandwidth limitations. Our lab works with audio, video, and haptic technologies, mixed reality and mobile computing, building systems that leverage their capabilities to facilitate and enrich both human-computer and computer-mediated human-human interaction. Active projects include development of conversational avatars for therapy and engagement with older adults, rendering audio-haptic experiences of graphics contents for users who are blind, multimodal immersive walking experiences, telepresence for music and social interaction, and design of the flight deck of the future.
For questions about the lab, please contact Prof. Jeremy Cooperstock.
The Shared Reality Lab is currently funded by grants and contracts from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council, MEDTEQ, Healthy Brains, Healthy Lives, CRIAQ, iMD Research, AI Mental Health Precision, Humanware, and Haply Robotics. Past funding sources include the Fonds Nature et technologies, Sécurité publique Québec, Canadian Internet Registry Association, Networks of Centres of Excellence, Minstère du développement économique, de l'innovation et de l'exportation, Secrétariat du Conseil du trésor, CANARIE, and Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada, as well as industrial support from HP Labs, Google research, the Mozilla. and InterDigital Corporation.
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Credit for the CSS contents of this web site to the GRAND NCE. Credit for the SRL logo to former M.Eng. student, Naoto Hieda.