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Équipe de chercheurs en technologie immersive en réadaptation (TIR)

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28 chercheurs 

6 facultés

2 universités

Le Cirris comme centre de recherche

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À propos

VISION
MISSION
OBJECTIFS

Promouvoir les chercheurs du regroupement comme des leaders provinciaux, nationaux et internationaux, dans la recherche impliquant la technologie immersive en réadaptation et la participation sociale.

Accroître le volume et l’innovation des recherches en Technologies immersives et interactives pour la santé de tous (TI PS) par l’optimisation de la synergie génératrice d’idées ainsi qu’un partage plus efficient des ressources matérielles et humaines.

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  • Inciter la collaboration et l’échange pour pousser la création de nouvelles idées.

 

  • Aider à former, recruter et retenir du personnel hautement qualifié.

 

  • Accélérer la diffusion des résultats et la mobilisation des connaissances

  • Faciliter la participation de toutes les populations à la recherche

  • Valoriser les résultats

À propos
Diffusion

Activités

Conférences

The AAAC Seminar Series has the twofold objective of: (1) presenting and critically reflecting on key research (both seminal and state-of-the-art) in all areas of and disciplines related to Affective Computing, and (2) introducing Affective Computing to starting researchers and researchers from other disciplines.

NEXT SEMINARS:

December 15, 2022 16:00 CET:    Nadia Berthouze, UCL Interaction Centre (UCLIC), UK

January 27, 2023:    Rosalind Picard, MIT Media Lab, USA

 

PAST SEMINARS:

  • November 17, 2022, 16:00 CET: Catherine Pelachaud, Sorbonne University & CNRS, France

 

Profitez de la série de présentations de l’initiative TI2PS (Technologies immersives et interactives pour la santé de tous) appuyée par Alliance Santé Québec pour vous familiariser avec ces technologies et échanger avec différents spécialistes du domaine.

 

10 novembre 2022 - 11h00-12h00

L'utilisation de la réalité virtuelle :des études fondamentales à l’application pratique  

Maxime Robert, Professeur adjoint au Département de réadaptation de l’Université Laval et chercheur au Cirris

Bradford J. McFadyen, Professeur titulaire au Département de réadaptation de l’Université Laval et chercheur au Cirris

Co-responsable : Technologie immersive en réadaptation (TIR) et Technologies immersives et interactives pour la santé de tous (TI2Ps)

Présentation de OVA

Juillet 2022

Ecological assessment and rehabilitation for hearing aid and cochlear implant users. 

Bergeron F. 

28th international congress on sound and vibration, Singapore 

19 janvier 2022 – 13h00-14h00 sur Zoom

Arcane Technologies, systèmes immersifs

Guillaume Brincin, (gbrincin@arcanetech.io), architecte de solutions, Arcane Technologies

Ulysse Lucas Faucher (ufaucher@arcanetech.io), support aux ventes, Arcane Technologies

 

17 décembre 2021 – 12h00-13h00

L’utilisation de la réalité virtuelle hypnose aux soins intensifs : Une perspective multidimensionnelle et comparative

Floriane Rousseaux, Doctorante en psychologie au Sensation & Perception Research Group – GIGA Consciousness et au Laboratory of Ergonomics and Work Interventions, Université de Liège.

 

1er décembre 2021 – 12h30-13h30

Réalité virtuelle / augmentée dans différents contextes d’application

Denis Laurendeau, professeur titulaire dans le département de génie électrique et de génie informatique de l’Université Laval et titulaire de la Chaire de recherche industrielle CRSNG-Creaform sur la numérisation 3D : CRÉATION 3D

 

Bergeron F (sur invitation)

Prise en charge technologique (prothèses et implants) et thérapeutique (entraînement auditif) selon une perspective écologique. Société Internationale Francophone ORL, La Réunion, novembre 2021 (à distance)

17 novembre 2021 – 11h00-12h00

Utilisation de la réalité virtuelle pour mieux comprendre, évaluer et intervenir sur la navigation locomotrice

Bradford McFadyen, professeur titulaire dans le département de réadaptation de l’Université Laval et chercheur au Cirris

 

Congrès

25th edition Think the future!

LAVAL VIRTUAL

From April 12 to 16, 2023
Laval - FRANCE

Laval Virtual 2023 (laval-virtual.com)

Laval Virtual, the first event dedicated to immersive technologies (Virtual reality, augmented reality) which gathers the all European AR/VR community since 1999. In April 2023, 12 to 16, this is an unique opportunity to connect with clients and future partners through 5 days of conferences and exhibition, including 3 professional days. Learn about how to use AR/VR technologies selected by an international expert panel. Test inspiring XR contents and emerging technologies demos. Discover pioneering projects and meet a multi-disciplinary ecosystem and an exceptional opportunity for networking in Laval, the world capital of VR / AR expertise.

2023 the 7th International Conference on Virtual and Augmented Reality Simulations (ICVARS 2023)

online and in-person

3rd to 5th March 2023

Sydney, Australia

Website: http://www.icvars.org/ 

Contact person: Ms. Elvira Liu

Papers will be published in ICVARS 2023 Conference Proceedings, which will be published in the International Conference Proceedings Series by ACM, which will be archived in ACM Digital Library, and indexed by EI Compendex, Scopus.

Organized by: ICVARS

Deadline for abstracts/proposals: 20th December 2022

 

7th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality (AIVR 2023)

online and in-person

21st to 23rd July 2023

Kumamoto, Japan

Website: http://aivr.org/

Contact person: Bailey Zhou

Publication The accepted full papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings, and submitted to Ei Compendex and Scopus for indexing. AIVR2018, AIVR2019, AIVR2020 and AIVR2021 proceedings have been indexed by EI Compendex and Scopus.

Organized by: AIVR

Deadline for abstracts/proposals: 30th January 2023

Retombées

Articles

Deblock-Bellamy A, Lamontagne A, McFadyen BJ, Ouellet MC, Blanchette AK. Dual-Task Abilities During Activities Representative of Daily Life in Community-Dwelling Stroke Survivors: A Pilot Study. Front Neurol. 2022 May 3;13:855226. doi: 10.3389/fneur.2022.855226. PMID: 35592466; PMCID: PMC9110886.

Dambreville C, Neige C*, Mercier C, Blanchette AK, Bouyer LJ. Corticospinal excitability changes during a visually-guided precision walking task in humans: potential for rehabilitation. Neurorehab Neural Rep. 2022;36(10-11):689-700.

Fiset F, Lamontagne A, McFadyen BJ. Effects of age on the visuo-locomotor control used to circumvent a virtual pedestrian with different limb movements. Hum Mov Sci. 2022 Nov 8;87:103026. doi: 10.1016/j.humov.2022.103026. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 36368219.

Grondin F, Lomanowska AM, Poiré V, Jackson PL. Clients in Simulated Teletherapy via Videoconference Compensate for Altered Eye Contact When Evaluating Therapist Empathy. J Clin Med. 2022 Jun 16;11(12):3461. doi: 10.3390/jcm11123461. PMID: 35743531; PMCID: PMC9224913.

F. Dupuis, G. Sole, C. Mercier, J.S. Roy. Impact of fatigue at the shoulder on the contralateral upper limb kinematics and performance. PLoS ONE 2022;17(4):e0266370.

Bergeron F, Agrawal S, Lemolton A, Fariney T, Demers D, Berland A, Bouchard B. Hearing assessment and training in immersive virtual reality; clinical model and validation with cochlear implant users. Scholarly Journal of Otolaryngology 2022, vol 8, no 4, 905-916.

Michaud, D., Edwards, G. Kiss, J. Ernesto. M., and al. (2022) Smart Garment Design for an Augmented Reality Body Mapping Experience. Advances in Virtual Reality. IntechOpen.Online. 

 

Bergeron F. Évaluer et prendre en charge l’enfant ayant un trouble auditif selon une perspective écologique. Les Cahiers de l’Audition. 2021, 3, 67-68

Dagenais M, Brun C*, Ohayon A, Mercier C. Virtual Reality In Fibromyalgia: Does Altering Visual Feedback Impact on Pain and Movement During Reaching? Front Virtual Real. 2021; https://doi.org/10.3389/frvir.2021.681034.

Brun C, Pinard AM, McCabe CS, Mercier C. Virtual reality-induced sensorimotor conflict evokes limb-specific sensory disturbances in complex regional pain syndrome. Front Virtual Real. 2021;2:694293.

F. Dupuis, G. Sole, C.A. Wassinger, M. Bielmann, L.J. Bouyer, J.S. Roy. Fatigue, induced via repetitive upper-limb motor tasks, influences trunk and shoulder kinematics during an upper limb reaching task in a virtual reality environment. PLoS ONE 2021;16(4):e0249403.

F. Dupuis, G. Sole, C.A. Wassinger, H. Osborne, M. Bielmann, C. Mercier, A. Campeau-Lecours, L.J. Bouyer, J.S. Roy. The impact of experimental pain on shoulder movement during an arm elevated reaching task in a virtual reality environment. Physiological Reports 2021;9:e15025.

Dupuis F, Sole G, Wassinger C, Bielmann M, Bouyer LJ, Roy JS. Fatigue, induced via repetitive upper-limb motor tasks, influences trunk and shoulder kinematics during an upper limb reaching task in a virtual reality environment. PLoS One. 2021 Apr 8;16(4):e0249403. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0249403. PMID: 33831037; PMCID: PMC8031876.

Deblock-Bellamy A, Lamontagne A, McFadyen BJ, Ouellet MC, Blanchette AK. Virtual reality-based assessment of cognitive-locomotor interference in healthy young adults. J Neuroeng Rehabil. 2021 Mar 22;18(1):53. doi: 10.1186/s12984-021-00834-2. PMID: 33752704; PMCID: PMC7983256.

Treal T, Jackson PL, Jeuvrey J, Vignais N, Meugnot A. Natural human postural oscillations enhance the empathic response to a facial pain expression in a virtual character. Sci Rep. 2021 Jun 14;11(1):12493. doi: 10.1038/s41598-021-91710-5. PMID: 34127724; PMCID: PMC8203793.

Proffitt R, Glegg S, Krasovsky T, Lange B, Levac D, Lubetzky A, Powell WA, Robert MT. Editorial: Exploring Human-Computer Interactions in Virtual Performance and Learning in the Context of Rehabilitation. Frontiers in Virtual Reality. 2021 2:754020. doi: 10.3389/frvir.2021.754020.

Demers, M., Fung, K., Subramanian, S., Lemay, M., Robert, MT. (2021). Do virtual interventions in individuals with cerebral palsy make use of motor learning principles? A systematic review. JMIR Serious Games;9(2): e23822

Demers, M., Martinie, O., Winstein, C., Robert, MT. (2020). Active video games and low-cost virtual reality: an ideal therapeutic modality for children with physical disabilities during a global pandemic. Frontiers in neurosciences, 11:601898

Brun C, McCabe CS, Mercier C. The contribution of motor commands to the perturbations induced by sensorimotor conflicts in fibromyalgia. Neuroscience.2020;434:55-65.

Faure C, Fortin-Cote A, Robitaille N, Cardou P, Gosselin C, Laurendeau D, Mercier C, Bouyer L, McFadyen BJ. Adding Haptic Feedback to Virtual Environments With a Cable-Driven Robot Improves Upper Limb Spatio-Temporal Parameters During a Manual Handling Task. IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng. 2020 Oct;28(10):2246-2254. doi: 10.1109/TNSRE.2020.3021200. Epub 2020 Sep 2. PMID: 32877337.

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