You will find in this video an interview of MBA’s CEO Regis LE GUENNEC about the project, which won the 2014 PME award.
We’re proud at MBA to present you the 2014 version of our yearly digital greetings card.
This year, through this interactive 3D animation, you’ll have to help our little pony finding its lost package.
— Julien Le Thuaut μβα (@JulienLeThuaut) 16 Janvier 2014
This project includes several elements from the W3D project like 3D mouse parallax, depth cursors…
Feel free to test it and to customize/share it with your friends 😉
An article about W3D Project is now available on the Website of Rennes La Novosphère.
As you will see in this article, Novosphère is supporting W3D and its international development through a press-relations initiative in the United States.
Yesterday we were very proud to win the 2013 PME Price during the 2013 “Loading the Future” event.
— Images et Reseaux (@imagesreseaux) November 15, 2013
This annual event, organized by the Images & Réseaux cluster aims to present and reward the best innovative projects of the year in various fields of research.
If you want to know more about our project, don’t hesitate to contact us
You’ll also find photos of other winners on this Flickr page
A recent article was published in Ouest-France. See how the W3D projects aims to change how the user can use and feel a Web page in 3D!
Read more on the Ouest-France Website
“TV Rennes 35” put the lights on the W3D Project. You will find the video on the replay here. At 16:25s you’ll see Regis Le Guennec, CEO at MBA Multimedia, explaining how the agency is trying to bring new dimension to the Web through this collaborative project.
— W3D (@W3Dproject) September 25, 2013
— Julien Le Thuaut μβα (@JulienLeThuaut) June 25, 2013
The W3D project will be presented by MBA Multimedia at the event “Carrefour Des Possibles” which will take place in Rennes on thursday, june 27th.
Read more about this event on the official website
In this video you will find a demonstration of a new technology developped by INRIA for W3D-Project called “Elastic Images” or “Elastic textures”.
Elastic Images is a novel pseudo-haptic feedback technique which enables the perception of the local elasticity of images without the need of any haptic device.
This new and very innovative feedback effect was firstly developed with Unity was also implemented in HTML5 by MBA Multimedia and INRIA.
More infos about INRIA’s work can be found here : https://team.inria.fr/hybrid/w3d-project/