Throughout their studies, DIGISPORT students
benefit from a unique access to dedicated cutting-edge
technological platforms thanks to our partner laboratories.


DIGISPORT’s technological platform

One of DIGISPORT’s flagship measure was the creation of an interdisciplinary lab for young researchers. The PhD Lab aims to bring together PhD students from the project’s research teams and to take advantage of methodological and theoretical exchanges between the different disciplines of the graduate school around a common thematic axis.

Installed on the Villejean Campus (University Rennes 2), the PhD Lab is a space where PhD students can gather together and exchange about their research activities.

The objective of this laboratory is to foster the creation of an interdisciplinary community by bringing together students working in different research partner teams in order to encourage methodological and theoretical synergies between the various fields covered by DIGISPORT.
This PhD Lab is composed of two spaces on the Villejean Campus : a technological platform and a coworking room.

DIGISPORT’s technological platforme is equipped with various technologies : motion capture cameras, force plates, ergocycles, electromyograms, VR headsets,… to pusue research in :

Analysis & modeling of the human movement / Development of sensors / Optimisation of performance / Development of new data-processing tools

Cutting-edge technological platforms in Rennes

Plateforme DIGISPORT


The Immermove platform can capture, measure and analyse human movement in a complex situation. From these analyses, the platform simulates autonomous virtual humans and gives them natural locomotive behaviours. The use of immersive environments allows the performance of experiments on the perception-action relationship between real subjects and virtual humans.
Located at the ENS Rennes on the Ker Lann campus.

Plateforme Immersia


A cutting-edge technological asset, this vast platform (10 m x 3 m x 3 m), installed on the Beaulieu campus of the University of Rennes, provides an experimentation environment to rival anything available worldwide, particularly in the context of immersive interaction, whether in real-time or multimodal (motion; visual, audio and haptic feedback; brain-computer interface), between human beings and a computer-synthesised 3D environment.

Plateforme Robstar


The robotics platform ROBSTAR labeled by the University of Rennes 1 consists of 6 platforms:
a robotic vision platform, a mobile robotics platform, a medical robotics platform, a flotilla of indoor UAVs, an advanced handling robotics platform and a set of haptic interfaces. These platforms are used to validate researches in visual servoing, visual tracking, active perception and shared control.
Located on the Beaulieu campus.

Plarteforme IETR


The IETR (Institute of Electronics and Digital Technologies) undertakes research in Information and Communication Science and Technology within several technological platforms (anechoic chambers, reverberation chambers, grey/white rooms...).