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Interface moléculaire tangible, modulaire, articulée, sans fil et sans marqueur, basée sur l’internet des objets

Abstract : Rational drug design, as car or building design, implies a detailed understanding of proteins’ behavior. Proteins are the building blocks the workers, the messengers, the transporters involved in the cell machinery and its components, and targeted by drugs. However, one of the major obstacles to this approach lies in the limitations of the human-computer interfaces to manipulate complex, three-dimensional, flexible objects during a simulation in progress. To address this problem, we designed a tangible molecular interface, allowing the manipulation of a modular and �exible physical molecular model, to build and manipulate a virtual molecular twin from this physical model, synchronized thanks to embedded sensors. We propose to present this tangible interface, allowing to open the discussion on the perspectives concerning this prototype.
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Nicolas Férey, Bastien Vincke, Mohamed Anis Ghaoui. Interface moléculaire tangible, modulaire, articulée, sans fil et sans marqueur, basée sur l’internet des objets. 33e conférence internationale francophone sur l’Interaction Humain-Machine (IHM'22), AFIHM, Apr 2022, Namur, Belgique. ⟨hal-03835651⟩

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