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From: Patrick Schouller 
Subject: Call for partners : EVA (European Virtual Art)

MEFI-SEI-DiGITIP-STSI-SDPP-PS-1999-056

Call for partners : EVA (European Virtual Art)

	A proposal by CEA/LETI.
Objective
To create a network among cities to make collaborative pieces of art through
a user friendly Virtual Reality environment and an interactive virtual
museum.
	1.	Creation of 3D pieces of art :Virtual design (image
rendering, sensorial feed back and sound environment), Real time or
postponed prototyping.
	2.	Visit : Interactive visit at different scale levels in a
multi-sensorial environment.
Users
Artists, elderly or disabled people, and any interested people.
Short and mid term applications
Creation and visit of pieces of art are the first applications, as a case
study for the first demonstration platform.
Short term applications : Collaborative games and cultural games,
entertainment parks (Virtual Reality Centre), Interactive Museums of the
future, Special effects, Cinema, Advertising, Design, Fashion, Haute
Couture, Prototyping.
Mid-term applications :Simulation, Remote-operations, Tele-medicine,
Collaborative work, Augmented reality or remote maintenance, Remote
education and training, Robot guidance in a hostile environment, Battle
field operations.
Main points, Artistic and social  advantages
	1.	Implement a federative project for a large number of
Virtual Reality applications.
	2.	Associates Art and High Technology ; links designers and
users.
	3.	Opens up a large palette of expression tools and encourages
the development of new artistic concepts.
	4.	Makes relationships easier between people and artists
through shared expression which ignores language barriers, distance and
time. Enables communication between artists from different countries.
	5.	Enables social integration for elderly or disabled people.
CEA's planned actions in this project and partnership
For the achievement of this project, CEA would like to initiate R&D
collaborations between industries, laboratories and public organisations
supported by European (5th PCRD, Eureka), national, or regional programmes.

Contacts

Michel Ida (CEA/DTA, Microtechnology Department): for the EVA project.
Phone: +33 - 4 76 88 49 51
Email: michel.ida@cea.fr

Christian Cochet (CEA/LETI, Direction): LETI European Projects Manager.
Phone: + 33 - 4 76 88 93 72
Email: christian.cochet@cea.fr

LETI, the Laboratory for Electronics, Technology and Instrumentation, is
part of CEA/DTA

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                        Patrick SCHOULLER
      MINISTERE DE L'ECONOMIE, DES FINANCES ET DE L'INDUSTRIE
                SECRETARIAT D'ETAT A L'INDUSTRIE
Direction Generale de l'Industrie, des Technologies de l'Information et des
Postes
     Service des Technologies et de la Société de l'Information
	    3/5 rue Barbet de Jouy   75353 PARIS  07 SP
Telephone : + 33 1 43 19 34 25    Telecopie : + 33 1 43 19 35 51
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MEFI-SEI-DiGITIP-STSI-SDPP-PS-1999-056

Call for partners : EVA (European Virtual Art)

	A proposal by CEA/LETI.
Objective
To create a network among cities to make collaborative pieces of art through
a user friendly Virtual Reality environment and an interactive virtual
museum.
	1.	Creation of 3D pieces of art :Virtual design (image
rendering, sensorial feed back and sound environment), Real time or
postponed prototyping.
	2.	Visit : Interactive visit at different scale levels in a
multi-sensorial environment.
Users
Artists, elderly or disabled people, and any interested people.
Short and mid term applications
Creation and visit of pieces of art are the first applications, as a case
study for the first demonstration platform.
Short term applications : Collaborative games and cultural games,
entertainment parks (Virtual Reality Centre), Interactive Museums of the
future, Special effects, Cinema, Advertising, Design, Fashion, Haute
Couture, Prototyping.
Mid-term applications :Simulation, Remote-operations, Tele-medicine,
Collaborative work, Augmented reality or remote maintenance, Remote
education and training, Robot guidance in a hostile environment, Battle
field operations.
Main points, Artistic and social  advantages
	1.	Implement a federative project for a large number of
Virtual Reality applications.
	2.	Associates Art and High Technology ; links designers and
users.
	3.	Opens up a large palette of expression tools and encourages
the development of new artistic concepts.
	4.	Makes relationships easier between people and artists
through shared expression which ignores language barriers, distance and
time. Enables communication between artists from different countries.
	5.	Enables social integration for elderly or disabled people.
CEA's planned actions in this project and partnership
For the achievement of this project, CEA would like to initiate R&D
collaborations between industries, laboratories and public organisations
supported by European (5th PCRD, Eureka), national, or regional programmes.

Contacts

Michel Ida (CEA/DTA, Microtechnology Department): for the EVA project.
Phone: +33 - 4 76 88 49 51
Email: michel.ida@cea.fr

Christian Cochet (CEA/LETI, Direction): LETI European Projects Manager.
Phone: + 33 - 4 76 88 93 72
Email: christian.cochet@cea.fr

LETI, the Laboratory for Electronics, Technology and Instrumentation, is
part of CEA/DTA

****************************************************************
                        Patrick SCHOULLER
      MINISTERE DE L'ECONOMIE, DES FINANCES ET DE L'INDUSTRIE
                SECRETARIAT D'ETAT A L'INDUSTRIE
Direction Generale de l'Industrie, des Technologies de l'Information et des
Postes
     Service des Technologies et de la Société de l'Information
	    3/5 rue Barbet de Jouy   75353 PARIS  07 SP
Telephone : + 33 1 43 19 34 25    Telecopie : + 33 1 43 19 35 51
Archive de la liste : http://www.evariste.org/actu/schouller/
http://www.industrie.gouv.fr.   http://www.telecom.gouv.fr
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