Alexis Zerroug

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We present the development vision of a range of interactive body-worn lighting systems for performance, play, rehabilitation and disor alteredability support. The systems combine experimental and off-the-shelf technologies to arrive at outcomes that require and inspire extended physical and expressive engagement, and afford a range of different learning(More)
The 'Smart Laser Projector' (SLP) is a modified laser-based projector capable of displaying while simultaneously using the laser beam (at the same or different wavelength or polarization) as a LIDAR probe gathering information about the projection surface (its borders, 3d shape, relative position and orientation, as well as fine texture and spectral(More)
scoreLight is a playful musical instrument capable of generating sound from the lines of drawings as well as from the edges of three-dimensional objects nearby (including everyday objects, sculptures and architectural details, but also the performer’s hands or even the moving silhouettes of dancers). There is no camera nor projector: a laser spot explores(More)
The Light Arrays project explores the extension of the body through an array of visible light beams projecting on the environment a dynamic representation of the body, its movement and posture. Interestingly, these light cues are visible both for the user wearing the device as well as for others. The result is an experiential bridge between what we see and(More)
OBJECTIVE Deep brain mapping has been proposed for direct targeting in stereotactic functional surgery, aiming to personalize electrode implantation according to individual MRI anatomy without atlas or statistical template. We report our clinical experience of direct targeting in a series of 156 patients operated on using a dedicated Inversion Recovery(More)
We study here a wearable device capable of translating bio-sensed data into cartoon-like graphics projected in the physical surrounding. We hypothesize that such ’expressive laser aura’ (LA) may serve for biofeedback purposes; more interestingly, as the display extends past the wearer’s intimate/personal space it can complement non-verbal communication by(More)
"scoreLight" and "scoreBots" are two experimental platforms for performative sound design and manipulation. Both are essentially synesthetic interfaces - synesthetic musical instruments - capable of translating free-hand drawings into a sonic language of beats and pitches, all in real time. While scoreLight uses a modified "smart" laser scanner to track the(More)
We present here a first prototype of the Virtual Haptic Radar (VHR), a wearable device helping actors become aware of the presence of invisible virtual objects in their path when evolving in a virtual studio (such as a "bluescreen" filming stage [Figure 1]). The VHR is a natural extension of the Haptic Radar (HR) and its principle [Cassinelli et al. 2006](More)
On account of their role played in the fundamental biological rhythms and by considering their potential use in information processing, the dynamical properties of an artificial neural network are particularly interesting to investigate. In order to reduce the degree of complexity of this work, we have considered in this paper a fully connected neural(More)