We worked with the "Cité des Sciences et de l'industrie" museum in Paris in order to bring data to life.
We think that poeple are more interested when things are interactive, and even more when it's gamified.
Prototyping is essential to save time and money.
We can save you the hard work by testing and implementing your concept so you know upfront if it is worth making.
We love making video games for VR, computer or smartphones.
The purpose of this project was to show the job offers in the gaming industry in France. We gathered data from the AFJV online platform and presented it as an interactive 3D map.
Data wall: Voronoi news
The goal here was to create an interactive data wall containing the news about the gaming industry. We covered automatic online search for specialized news, generalist news and community tweets.
We made a customable graphs engine with some content management system to set up the data.
The timeline was used to show chronological events with custom event pages containing videos, images and others. This included a Content Management System (CMS).
The tree is used to show custom hierarchical data. It was delivered with a CMS so the client has full control over it. It also has a passive and interactive version.
The thinking biosphere
We helped a student from the Fresnoy on the informatical part of his final exposition. The newspaper "Le Monde" got interessted, as well as the production "Seconde Nature (Aix)".
"Mage VR: The lost memories" is a VR game we made in 3 months, and it is available on Steam, Viveport and Itch.
Last Organic Life
"Last Organic Life" is a RTS game in which you need to defend the trees from extinction. We made it using GPU computing and a prototype of the game is available for free on Itch. We are still working on it...
"Sylvestor" is a smartphone game we made in two weeks, for fun, just because we like making games.
I strongly recommend Baptiste Degryse, with no reservation whatsoever, and I am sure he will make good use of his creativity, sense of initiative, and numerous, cross-disciplinary skills.
John Lee, Professor and master of research in FNRS
Baptiste helped me out on a complex data visualization project involving several challenges: real-time, web-based, mixed 2D/3D, dynamic data mining,.. He jumped into the project with as much enthusiasm as creativity, throwing many interesting ideas back at me all along the process. Eventually he finalized the part of the project I had allocated him in a totally autonomous fashion, up to deploying it at the final customer site in Paris, France. His reliability, care for detail and sense of finish make that I have often recommended him around since then.
Xavier Wielemans, Free Lance Multimedia Developer