Bruno Dumas

Bruno Dumas obtained his PhD in 2010 at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. His PhD thesis focused on the creation of multimodal interfaces, along three axes: software architectures, modelling languages and multimodal fusion algorithms. He then worked for three and a half years at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel as a post-doctoral researcher, during which he deepened his knowledge of multimodal and cross-media systems. His research interests focus on human-computer interaction and user experience, multimodal interfaces and more broadly on how the expansion of computing in everyday life affects usage.

TRAKK Namur presents: Strengths and opportunities of augmented/mixed reality

This workshop sets the standards of augmented reality and mixed reality through its use in businesses. You will learn how to implement AR techniques and skills in your daily entrepreneurial practice. From very simple examples to more complete solutions, you will see what you can achieve through the best practices in the current market and through the UX design. Your customers always are at the centre of what you do, and it’s not different in AR / XR.