A dynamic R&D laboratory
The LudoLab – LudoTIC’s internal R&D laboratory – finances several R&D projects to remain at the forefront of the usability industry.
Since 2004, our engineers and PhD students have been conducting research in several areas, including:
- Optimization of video game usability
- Development of new tools to assess interface usability
- New advances for recording eye movements (technology, measurements, multi-tool coupling, etc.)
- Researching new forms of interaction (touch, gestures, but also voice and thought)
The posts on our IntuitivIT blog, as well as our many scientific publications and papers presented at international seminars and conferences, are a testament to the quality of our R&D team.
Real benefits for our clients
Besides our genuine passion for research and our desire to develop and contribute knowledge to the field of human-computer interaction, our R&D findings represent a valuable resource for our clients.
- How do you optimize a serious game?
- What forms of interaction should you use based on your target audience?
- What eye indicators reveal an information overload when interacting with software?
These are just a few of the questions you are bound to ask yourself during a project, and we’ve got the answers.