Holo-Math is a live experience in mixed reality that gives participants an immersive journey to interact with mathematical concepts.
The Holo-Math experience uses the mixed reality technology to allow participants to discover the other side of reality, in a world inspired by Alice in Wonderland and in which it is possible to visualize in an original way mathematical objects and concepts. The experience is targeted to a group of 10 participants, accompanied by a mediator, and will be presented in scientific museums, schools or special events.
These immersive experiences will be installed in the "Maison Poincaré", a new math museum that will open in Paris in 2022. Holo-Math will have a dedicated space and several episodes will be created, to show content in various fields of mathematics in interaction with society topics.
To learn more about Holo-Math, read the presentation of the project written by Adrien Rossille, science communicator at IHP, published in the magazine Tangente (French only):
Holo-Math will use Microsoft HoloLens 2 mixed reality devices.
The project is rooted in worldwide leading academic research and science communication. All partners involve their respective teams of researchers in the project.
The Institut Henri Poincaré (IHP) is one of the oldest and most dynamic international structures dedicated to mathematics and theoretical physics, located in Paris. It is known for excellence in research and will open a brand new mathematics museum, the Maison Poincaré, in 2022 in Paris.
One More is a full-service visual effects studio specialized in the commercials and music videos industry. It won several international awards for best animation video and visual effects.
HoloForge Interactive is the section of Asobo Studio dedicated to mixed reality. 5 years of experience on HoloLens made it a worldwide reference for the development of mixed reality technologies.
IMAGINARY is an international organization for open and collaborative communication of modern mathematics. It organized mathematics exhibitions in 52 countries, which attracted several million visitors.
The IHP (Institut Henri Poincaré) Endowment Fund has been created in June 2016 to collect funds to redistribute it to non-profit organizations working in the field of science popularization. Its first objective is the support of the Maison Poincaré project.
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