Special Issue "The Mixed Reality Revolution: Challenges and Prospects"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 January 2022) | Viewed by 2041
Interests: image analysis; pattern recognition; geometrical modeling; visualization
Interests: image analysis; pattern recognition; visualization; remote science; data science
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Interests: 3D animation; mixed reality; artificial intelligence; visualization
Mixed reality is starting to change the paradigm of communication with our environment, hence the title of this Special Issue, “The Mixed Reality Revolution”. On one hand, virtual reality enables us to fully enter and evolve in a virtual world. On the other hand, augmented reality provides additional information to the vision we have of our environment. Finally, mixed reality goes beyond the simple combination of these two concepts by integrating 3D virtual objects and enabling interactions with them, in the frame of a virtualization of our world.
However, several scientific and technological locks remain in this domain, which limit its adoption and commercial diffusion. Recent advances in technology, in methods, and in algorithms give us reason to believe that these locks are about to be broken: We hope that this Special Issue will contribute to taking one step forward in this evolution.
Mixed reality depends on a wide range of scientific and technological fields covering, but not limited to:
- Display technologies, such as head-mounted displays and haptic technologies;
- Human–computer interaction, such as gesture control, eye gaze, biosensors, and wearable tracking technologies;
- Application and use of VR/AR/MR in the following domains:
- Education, simulation, and training;
- Medicine, including surgical simulation and rehabilitation;
- Heritage preservation and visualization;
- Virtual meetings and communication using avatars;
- Design and manufacturing;
- Entertainment, with the use of mixed reality in games and virtual sets in films;
- Art, opening new creative playground for artists.
We encourage the submission of papers related to all these fields (and others) but also to the social, ethical, and legal aspects of VR/AR/MR, and even to a vision of the future of mixed reality.
Dr. Jean Sequeira
Dr. Sébastien Mavromatis
Mr. Erwan Maigret
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- mixed reality
- immersive technologies
- virtual reality
- augmented reality
- virtual meetings