In order to create the largest VR CAVE installed for the French university community, the CIREVE,” Centre for Interdisciplinary Virtual Reality” of the University of Caen, called upon us to deliver a four-sided immersive CAVE (Cave Automatic Virtual Environment) to allow the University to work in a virtual environment.
The CIREVE was created in 2006 to put in place virtual reality in the University of Caen. Its mission is to make virtual reality equipment accessible (VR rooms graphic card, interfaces, projectors, screens); promote the use of VR in universities, education and research; create virtual reality projects, and make it accessible to students, lecturers, PhDs and external partners.
Antycip was proud to be working on this project with the CIREVE, the fourth VR project of a successful long lasting relationship. It consisted of a multifunctional building with one analysis room, two healthcare rooms, one amphitheatre (150 seats) with live projection of the experimentation, with development support for the CAVE operation and the migration of projects.
This four-sided virtual reality CAVE, of a projection surface of 118m² is located in Caen University and provides a great expression of the power of virtual reality to give users an immersive, high resolution view of their design, data or information.