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Student projects

Matlo

Audiovisual seminar

2nd year BDes students in Transport Design, Product Design, Interaction Design, Graphic Design and Space Design

Producing a video magazine on the theme of design based on one of the six specialties taught at the school: Product, Interaction, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Scenographic Environments and Transport.

Fashion show and video mapping

Students in 3rd year bachelor program in scenography design and interaction design

A transversal workshop organized in May 2017 to design a fashion show for a brand or designer using mapping techniques in the set design in a practical and relevant way.

CUBE(S)

Yann Penhouet

How to increase productivity sitting at a desk.

MaPerma

Chloé Bigorre

Chloé Bigorre has just finished the 3rd year in her Interaction Design Bachelor’s degree.

Mapping for a fashion show

A combined workshop for the 3rd-year-students in Interaction Design and in Scenography took place between May 9th and May 13th, 2016. The aim was to design a fashion show for a brand using mapping technique in the set design.

Eyegon

Thomas Lautrédou, Sullyvan Lecomte, Charles Perinet & Théo Richard

La Valkyrie, a team composed of three 3rd-year students of the interaction design Bachelor program developed Eyegon, an application for analyzing and treating proprioception disorders caused by squints.

Mad Traffic

Margaux Leroy, Adrien Milcent, Étienne Guedon, Jean-Philippe Lefaucheux

NDG, a team of three 3rd-year students of the bachelor program in interaction design developed Mad Traffic, a playful and interactive experience for young children to make them aware of potential road dangers.

Working students while the competition

Gizmo

Maxime Béneteau, Justine Derouet, Marion Laillé and Quentin Le Pape

Gizmo is a 3D realtime application designed in 30 hours straight as part of Laval Virtual competition in limited time by the team Indie. Winner of the Laval Virtual Award Virtual Fantasy 2015.

Twist:ID

Juliette Neveu

Killing the password via a connected object as a piece of jewlery to manage passwords through a personal combination.