Nicolas Vignais
Nicolas Vignais
Associate Professor, University Paris-Sud
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TitleCited byYear
Using virtual reality to analyze sports performance
B Bideau, R Kulpa, N Vignais, S Brault, F Multon, C Craig
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 30 (2), 14-21, 2009
1962009
Innovative system for real-time ergonomic feedback in industrial manufacturing
N Vignais, M Miezal, G Bleser, K Mura, D Gorecky, F Marin
Applied ergonomics 44 (4), 566-574, 2013
1792013
Which technology to investigate visual perception in sport: Video vs. virtual reality
N Vignais, R Kulpa, S Brault, D Presse, B Bideau
Human movement science 39, 12-26, 2015
682015
Does the level of graphical detail of a virtual handball thrower influence a goalkeeper’s motor response?
N Vignais, B Bideau, C Craig, S Brault, F Multon, P Delamarche, R Kulpa
Journal of sports science & medicine 8 (4), 501, 2009
532009
Virtual environments for sport analysis: perception-action coupling in handball goalkeeping
N Vignais, B Bideau, C Craig, S Brault, F Multon, R Kulpa
International Journal of Virtual Reality 8 (4), 43-48, 2009
332009
Analysis of the musculoskeletal system of the hand and forearm during a cylinder grasping task
N Vignais, F Marin
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 44 (4), 535-543, 2014
242014
Influence of the graphical levels of detail of a virtual thrower on the perception of the movement
N Vignais, R Kulpa, C Craig, S Brault, F Multon, B Bideau
Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 19 (3), 243-252, 2010
202010
Virtual thrower versus real goalkeeper: the influence of different visual conditions on performance
N Vignais, R Kulpa, C Craig, B Bideau
Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 19 (4), 281-290, 2010
182010
Virtual thrower versus real goalkeeper: the influence of different visual conditions on performance
N Vignais, R Kulpa, C Craig, B Bideau
Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 19 (4), 281-290, 2010
182010
Virtual reality, a serious game for understanding performance and training players in sport
B Bideau, R Kulpa, N Vignais, S Brault, F Multon, C Craig
IEEE Computer Graphic Applications 30 (2), 14-21, 2010
182010
Physical risk factors identification based on body sensor network combined to videotaping
N Vignais, F Bernard, G Touvenot, JC Sagot
Applied ergonomics 65, 410-417, 2017
172017
Biofeedback interventions for people with cerebral palsy: a systematic review protocol
A MacIntosh, N Vignais, E Biddiss
Systematic reviews 6 (1), 3, 2017
92017
Posture and loading in the pathomechanics of carpal tunnel syndrome: a review
N Vignais, J Weresch, PJ Keir
Critical Reviews™ in Biomedical Engineering 44 (5), 2016
62016
Evaluation of a virtual reality head mounted display as a tool for posture assessment in digital human modelling software
MA Rizzuto, MWL Sonne, N Vignais, PJ Keir
Applied ergonomics 79, 1-8, 2019
52019
New technologies in human factors and ergonomics research and practice
JH Lin, A Kirlik, X Xu
Applied ergonomics 66, 179-181, 2018
52018
Cognitive workflow capturing and rendering with on-body sensor networks (cognito)
G Bleser, L Almeida, A Behera, A Calway, A Cohn, D Damen, ...
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence 2, 2013, 2013
52013
Dynamic assessment of finger joint loads using kinetic and kinematic measurements
N Vignais, D Cocchiarella, A Kociolek, P Keir
Digital Human Modeling Symposium, 2013
52013
Modelling the musculoskeletal system of the hand and forearm for ergonomic applications
N Vignais, F Marin
Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering 14 (suppl 1), 75-76, 2011
52011
Biofeedback interventions for individuals with cerebral palsy: a systematic review
A MacIntosh, E Lam, V Vigneron, N Vignais, E Biddiss
Disability and rehabilitation 41 (20), 2369-2391, 2019
32019
Interacting with a “Transparent” Upper-Limb Exoskeleton: A Human Motor Control Approach
S Bastide, N Vignais, F Geffard, B Berret
2018 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2018
32018
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