Mountain Lights

Mountain Lights

[ Light installation ]

A peaceful representation of northern lights in the night sky over snowy mountains complemented by shootings stars controlled by the participants. It was displayed on the Harpa Concert Hall for the Reykjavik Winter Lights Festival 2019.

Canvas 2D/ canvas-sketch/ Music Composition/
Hexacorallia

Hexacorallia

[ WebGL Experiment ]

Set in a marine environment and concentrating on colourful anemones, this interactive web based experience explores the natural movement of under water fauna. The experiment celebrates the natural beauty of these animals in their environment, during a time of emergency and crisis of our seas.

PEX WebGL/ Handtrack.js/ Music Composition/
An deiner Seite

An deiner Seite

[ Interactive music video ]

An interactive film that allows users to jump between the past and present timelines in order to uncover clues to solve a murder mystery. Launched for German rapper Kontra K’s album “Labyrinth”.

Redux/ Canvas 2D API/ Web Audio API
Der magische Adventskalender

Der magische Adventskalender

[ WebGL experience ]

An advent calendar that places users in a 3D environment first to then discover a christmas story via 24 scenes linked with an audio book. Launched for Deutsche Telekom winter's campaign.

Threejs WebGL/ FBO/ GSAP/ OBJ+MTL

Oh, hello there!

Damien here, tech lead / creative developer currently working with Variable, formerly with UNIT9.

My interest in computer graphics, generative art and data visualization is driven by an insatiable thirst for knowledge.

As a media and art practitioner, I conceive parametric systems, interpret datasets and vulgarise them, experiment in both physical and virtual spaces, as well as generate data art, very often via my medium of predilection: code.

Before growing an interest for computational design, I studied interactive development at Gobelins school in Paris.

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