French English Comment (Most of the time, "Ultralingua dictionary" definition)
Interface Interface

+. (Computer science) Hardware and associated circuitry that links one device with another (especially a computer and a hard disk drive or other peripherals);
+. (Computer science) A program that controls a display for the user (usually on a computer monitor) and that allows the user to interact with the system;

In VR field, it is a bit more complex, and it is one of the subject of this lecture to define it.

A tool that allows a person to interact with a computer. For example, a mouse is an interface device that allows you to put information into a computer. Virtual reality includes interface devices such as head-mounted displays that transmit sensations of the artificial world, as well as transmitting information into the computer.

Interfacage Interfacing The fact to set up a interface
Sensorial Sensory Involving or derived from the senses; "sensory experience"; "sensory channels"; SYN. sensorial.
Sensorimoteur Sensorimotor Of or relating to the sensory and motor co-ordination of an organism or to the controlling nerves.
Motrice Motor Involving or relating to movements of the muscles; "motor co-ordination"; "a motor reflex"; "motor paralysis."
Comportemental Behavioural Of or relating to behaviour; "behavioural sciences";
Comportement Behaviour The action or reaction of something (as a machine or substance) under specified circumstances; "the behaviour of small particles can be studied in experiments";
Teleoperation Teleoperation, Remote Control Remote control of robot manipulators
Simulation Simulation. A computer model of a real phenomenon or system. The system is described by a set of mathematical formulae or models in a computer program. Running the computer program shows how the system works and, by changing variables, it is possible to make predictions about how the real system will change. When there are many variables, simulation is often the only way to reasonably predict an outcome.
Interaction Interaction A mutual or reciprocal action; interacting.
Interactivite Interactivity The quality of that which is interactive.
Effecteur Effector
1. A nerve fiber that terminates on a muscle or gland and stimulates contraction or secretion.
2. An organ that becomes active in response to stimulation.
metrologie metrology The science of, or a system of, weights and measures; also, a treatise on the subject.
psychophysique psychophysics The branch of psychology concerned with quantitative relations between physical stimuli and their psychological effects.
scheme schema An internal representation of the world; an organisation of concepts and actions that can be revised by new information about the world.



A man-made object;