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Lucile Cossou, Gabriel Dalmasso and Rémy Bonté-Duval
2018 | 60 s
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Lucile Cossou
Developer
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Lucile Cossou

After her engineering studies in signal processing, Lucile Cossou completed an internship in gesture recognition, through which she discovered the field of human-machine interfaces and began a thesis on tactile and tangible interfaces. In her free time, she takes part in a number of hackathons and game jams, which sometimes give rise to larger projects, as in the case of Poseidon. This Alt Ctrl game is currently in development and has been exhibited several times in Paris. Through these experiences, she’s learned a number of languages, ranging from assembly languages to Python and JavaScript, as well as development software such as Unity and PureData.


Gabriel Dalmasso
Sound Designer and Music Composer
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Gabriel Dalmasso

After a lengthy period of making music in Brazil, Gabriel Dalmosso decided to dedicate himself to audiovisual work, particularly sound design and composition for video games, films and animation. Through his bachelor’s degree in Music and Sound Design from ISART Digital, he honed his skills and deepened his knowledge of audio editing and digital music tools for sound creation and narration. He has worked for the Japanese company Ninja Egg, where he was responsible for the creation of their audio resources, notably their interface sound effects and the music for Kyub, a puzzle game released on Xbox One. At Xilam animation studios, he contributed to the sound design and voice editing for several episodes of the animated series Zig & Sharko and Rolling with the Ronks. He subsequently worked as sound editor and mixer for Poilus, an animated short that screened at several festivals and was viewed more than 2,300,000 times on YouTube in less than six months.

 


Rémy Bonté-Duval
Graphic Designer and Illustrator
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Rémy Bonté-Duval

Rémy Bonté-Duval is a graphic designer with a visual arts approach. During his studies in visual arts at university, culminating in a degree, he became interested in the idea of public space. This degree was followed by three more years of training in visual communications. Having worked for several agencies and studios in the fields of communications and publishing, he is currently looking to work on projects that centre on interactivity. A jack-of-all-trades, his varied practices range from illustration and silver halide photography to creative coding.

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