Open residency :
LopLop is a Montreal-based software programming company combining interactivity, augmented and fragmented reality. Since 2018, LopLop focuses on landscape modeling, design and animation of vegetal worlds aimed at generating creative and interactive experiences. A compelling example is the Garden app created for the Montreal Botanical Garden, which allows users to navigate through the seasons and the diversity of plants in the Japanese Garden.
During its artistic experimentation and business development residency at TOPO, LopLop will present its digital tools for creating animated and interactive landscapes from its Natur programming platform. This will be a unique opportunity to discuss possible uses of these digital tools in other contexts.
This residency runs parallel to LopLop’s installation in TOPO’s window display, from August 22nd to September 3rd.
LopLop was supported by the Canada Media Fund (CMF).
LopLop took part in the accompanying program Deep Dive of la Piscine, acceleration of the cultural and creative economy in Quebec.
Montreal animation softwares company
LopLop is a small 2D graphics software development company operating in the Montreal ecosystem of video games, animated films, television automation and public digital art. For 25 years, they have been building hyper-specialized software written in C++, OpenGL, GLSL and Metal.
Their team consists of 3 persons: Alain Bergeron, a dedicated graphics programmer with a solid 40 years of experience, Aude Brochard, a dynamic 34 year old manager, and a young 19 year old genius discovering 2D and 3D programming.