Calao systems, LIG - Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble
The NOMAD project will deliver the technical solutions needed to build the man-machine interfaces of the future using embedded software and orchestrate the development of an industrial ecosystem capable of bringing these solutions to market. The project will: - Explore new types of man-machine interaction techniques using embedded systems. - Create an open hardware and software platform for the development of the embedded interactive systems of the future. The Linux-based platform will feature a processor with integrated 3-D viewer and will include motion detectors, either embedded in the system or worn by the user. - Leverage the use of motion detectors to innovate in the field of man-machine interaction by offering an alternative to the current "window, icon, menu, pointing device" interaction - Develop an industrial ecosystem to promote the emergence of consumer and industrial electronics manufacturers capable of using these technologies.