Hybrid Optical Bench of Inovative Teaching (HOBIT)

This Bordeaux University / INRIA project aims to simulate and augment experiments in optics. This platform combines physical interaction and numerical simulation to enhance the understanding of complex optical phenomena. It can be used for Virtual Michelson, Interferometer, nonlinear optics, spectroscopy, etc

You can look at HOBIT project page and INRIA Potioc Team HOBIT page (french).

Partners :

INRIA : Marting Hachet : Augmented reality and software integration
Bordeaux University : Lionel Canioni & Bruno Bousquet : Optics modelling
Bordeaux University & IUT GEII & Cohabit FabLab: Jean-Paul Guillet : Hardware integration of smart optomechanics

HOBIT-a New Concept for Pedagogical Innovations in Learning and Teaching Optics

Presentations of the latest HOBIT developments Martin Hachet (INRIA) presented in Jul 2021 the last HOBIT developments at the 13th annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies in Spain (Virtual). You can watch the recorded presentation from the HAL open archive. More details about this publication https://hal.inria.fr/hal-03251807/ Hachet, M., Canioni, L., Guillet, J.…