The first test session for the MEDIA project is about to end.
As explained in this interview for TGR – Valle d’Aosta, the project aims to foster cultural activities enhancing the visitor’s experience through the usage of the most innovative digital technologies. Computer vision, electroencephalography, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality are used to strenghten the visitor’s engagement, which is analyzed using affective computing methodologies.
It is still possible to participate in the experiment! Book your test session at Museo dell’Artigianato Valdostano (MAV) by calling 0165 1835120. We are waiting for you!
The 3DLab Research Group
We focus on human-computer interaction applications and on visualisation, acquisition and management of 3D data.
Human body interaction, development of innovative product design methodologies, novel solutions for diagnostics and surgery planning and systems, emotional design, 3D sensors, augmented and virtual reality, 3D modelling and face analysis using machine learning techniques all belongs to our area of expertise.
We leverage on this knowledge to develop medical, security and safety, marketing software applications.
3D Face Analysis
Facial morphology study is currently a leading topic for several application fields.
3D Technologies and Tools for Surgery
Reseach and Development of innovative surgical guides and fixtures solutions
Augmented Reality in Urology
The use of AR in surgery to improves the surgeon’s spatial perception of the surgical field.
Ensuring students are engaged, motivated and challenged throughout their school career is a key priority for teachers.
Innovation and new product development are essential for most companies to sustain future revenue growth.
The 3dLab group covers the demands on education in the following disciplinary and interdisciplinary areas:
Machine Functional Modelling
The subject has the main objective to provide the fundamental skills on tools for product development, that is all the technologies that designers use to design, innovate and industrialize.
The basic language of all engineering activities is represented, in the majority of cases, by design processes that involve the engineer in two distinct activities: modeling and communication.
Biometrics-based solutions in 3D Graphics
The course provide knowledge of 3D tools and methods for data acquisition, modeling, visualization and management of human anatomy to develop intelligent applications in different fields such as medical diagnostics, surgery and security.
Our team is composed by motivated people able to cover different areas of expertise.