Birdie Memory is a project conceived by Léna Mazilu and Yoann Guény, two independent multimedia designers from the Gobelins School. They are laureates of the #Edtech 2018 grant from the Europeana Foundation, which helped finance the initial development of the project.
Graphic designer and illustrator Léna Mazilu is passionate about the interaction between the tangible objects of the "old world" and the screens that have invaded our lives.Learn more
She designed and directed a collection of children's albums enriched with an augmented reality application at french publisher Albin Michel Jeunesse, with Vincent Caruso. " Chouette ! ", the first book of the collection, in which she also signs the text and illustrations, has been translated into 9 languages.
Very soon interested in interactive interfaces, Yoann Guény quickly became passionate about development.Learn more
After several years at Grouek, a Parisian digital creation studio, he started his own business to create his own projects. This allows him to deepen different areas such as augmented and virtual reality, to teach his passion to the youngest at Gobelins School and to travel to discover new cultures.
Ornithologist since childhood, Maxime Zucca is a naturalist at the Regional Agency for Biodiversity in Île de France (Paris area), and a member of the French National Council for the Protection of Nature.Learn more
He is the author of a reference book on Bird Migration in french.
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