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Collaboration interactive 3D en réalité virtuelle pour supporter des scénarios aérospatiaux

Abstract : The aerospace industry is no longer composed of local and individualbusinesses. Due to the complexity of the products (their size, the numberof components, the variety of systems, etc.), the design of an aircraft or alauncher involves a considerable number of engineers with various fields of expertise.Furthermore, aerospace companies often have industrial facilities allover the world. In such a complex setting, it is necessary to build virtual experimentsthat can be shared between different remote sites. Specific problemsthen arise, particularly in terms of the perception of other immersed users.We are working with Airbus Group in order to design efficient collaborativeinteraction methods. These collaborative sessions allow multiple sites to beconnected within the same virtual experiment and enable experts from differentfields to be immersed simultaneously. For instance, if a problem occurs duringthe final stages of a launcher assembly, it may be necessary to bring togetherexperts on different sites who were involved in previous steps ( initial design,manufacturing processes). In this thesis, we propose various interaction technique in order to ease thecollaboration at different moments of an industrial process. We contributedin the context of communication between immersed users, taking notes inthe virtual environment and sharing it outside virtual reality and asymmetriccollaboration between a physical meeting room and a virtual environment.
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Damien Clergeaud. Collaboration interactive 3D en réalité virtuelle pour supporter des scénarios aérospatiaux. Autre [cs.OH]. Université de Bordeaux, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017BORD0708⟩. ⟨tel-01681096v2⟩



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