979, avenue de Bourgogne,
local 320, Québec
(Québec) G1W 2L4

418 653-6763
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Center for Digital Imaging and Interactive Media

CIMMI

CCTT of the Cégep de Sainte-Foy

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About

About CIMMI

CIMMI is a College Centre for the Transfer of Technologies(CCTT) founded in 2008. CIMMI's mission is to support Québec-based and Canadian-based businesses and public institutions in their innovation efforts by proposing innovative software solutions in the areas of augmented and virtual reality, medical imaging, 2D and 3D image processing and Web technologies.

Service points:
- Gatineau
- Québec
Coordinates

2440, chemin Ste-Foy
Québec (Québec)
G1V 1T2

Google map
418 781-2464
418 781-2324

http://www.cimmi.qc.ca

Contact
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Areas of expertise

Specific areas

  • Applied and medical digital imaging

  • Web and multimedia technologies:

  • Languages : C, C++, C#, PHP, Java, JavaScript, HTML5, Matlab

  • Software and libraries: OpenCV, VTK, ITK, DCMTK, PCL, OpenNURBS, Unity 3D, DICOM, Vx Elements, Geomagic, Maya

  • OS : Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, Linux (Ubuntu)

  • Platforms: PC, tablets (iPad, Android), mobile (iPhone, Android), Raspberry Pi, BeagleBoard

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Learn more

Discover what this CCTT can do for you

  • Augmented and virtual reality: defense and security, events, serious games, museology, performing arts and simulators

  • Development of algorithms for analyzing and processing 2-D and 3-D images:

  • 3D reconstruction from point clouds on tablet and PC

  • Partitioning and pattern recognition in radiological and CT images

  • Pose calculation for the tracking of movements

  • 3D image registration with digital model

  • Face detection and recognition

  • Identification of key images in one’s video sequences

  • Quality control in digital mammography and computed tomography

  • Cloud computing, real-time communication with WebSockets, virtual machines and virtualization, interface ergonomics and accessibility of user interfaces (Web and mobile)

  • Parallel augmented reality application: learning physics through playing

  • LabMedia 3D

  • Portable 3D Scanners (Go! Scan Models 20 and 50 from Ametek-Creaform)

  • Virtual reality headsets (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive)

  • Augmented reality glasses (Vuzix, Epson, Meta, Recon, Hololens)

  • Motion sensors (Kinect I and II)

  • Modeling software (Unity3D Geomagic Studio VXElement, VXModel, Maya)

  • 3D printer (CubePro from 3DSystems)

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Success Stories

Upcoming sucesses...

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Videos

Upcoming videos...

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Photos

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