Raphaël Foulon is an A/V interaction designer currently based in Paris, France. As a science enthusiast, he is always looking for innovative ways to associate gesture, sound and visuals. He explores various forms of expression such as generative visuals, live cinema, video mapping and augmented live illustration.
After majoring in sciences applied to music at IRCAM, he did academic research in human/computer interaction and computer music. In 2011, he discovered the universe of generative design and started writing his own audiovisual software. He founded eqko (audiovisual research collective) in 2013 and began working on VJ gigs and video feedback installations. As the project evolved, he started designing scenography for music acts and conceiving audiovisual performances that have been showcased in Paris, Roma, Toronto and Hong Kong.