Interaction and game design

The ILJ team studies human-machine interaction questions originated by the digitization of autotelic activities such as play or reading, with a multidisciplinary approach (computer science, psychology, arts, design). Current studies include difficulty modeling in games, methodologies of inclusive game design, fluid interaction for the visualization of large digital libraries, sonification in mixed reality and AI for games. The team often works in partnership with companies in the field and is also in charge of the National School of Interactive Games and Media (Cnam-Enjmin).