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Nuits Sonores

La Nuit Digitale

An interactive installation mixing text messages and photography showcased at CAPC, Museum of Contemporary Art in Bordeaux, France


Aquatypes, an installation in which bystanders participate in the making of a animated aquarium was projected during the European Heritage Days in Bordeaux


Our interactive installation "Aquatypes" was exhibited in Sao Paulo, Brazil for Mostra 3M de Arte Digital II


Our interactive installation "Gravity" during the inauguration of the new building of Francophonie in Paris

La Rochelle Grand Aquarium

Installed permanently at La Rochelle, the Sharks' corridor is a tactile walk over a virtual aquarium. Visitors wander at the surface of a basin where hammer-sharks and Gnathanodons evolve, creating wavelets and interacting with the fishes.


Recent works

Internet of things

November 15th, 2014
This workshop took place from 5th to the 7th of November 2014 at Bordeaux University III. It was organized as part of the Master Pro Design course in which students' research focused on the creation of services to help senior citizens gain better living conditions in a retirement home.


October 17th, 2014
The "tricodeur" is a project dedicated to the hacking of a knitting machine in order to explore stitch design with computer programming techniques. This project is the result of a collaboration between 2Roqs, Louis Eveillard, searcher at EnsadLab, and Sew&Laine, a Bordeaux textile-related association.

Latest news

August 22nd, 2014
We teamed up with Studio Dada to develop Château Calon-Ségur's website / Recently Murmur was in Rio for the FILE festival after winning a gold prize at European Design Awards / Projects were featured in Etapes Magazine #220 and in the book Type Spaces - Typography in three-dimensional spaces / Our augmented reality app Cordier Vintaged Collection Box was updated / Michaël Zancan is pursuing his 3D exploration of paintings with Enter : Canvas /

Augmented Postcards at Cap Ferret's Lighthouse

May 20th, 2014
The Lighthouse of Cap-Ferret showcases a permanent exhibition, in which we have been involved with our work around ancient photographs. Visitors are taken to a stroll inside three typical sceneries back in the early 1900's.

Textopolis at VIA Festival, Mons

March 20th, 2014
Textopolis, a typographic animation fed by text messages sent by the public was exhibited in Mons ( Belgium ), as part as VIA festival and Mons 2015, European Capital of Culture.

2Roqs in MCD magazine

March 17th, 2014
An article published in edition #72 of MCD Magazine ( Music and digital cultures ) presents the digital works of studio 2Roqs from the social perspective.

Cordier Mestrezat Grands Crus

October 10th, 2013
The emblematic Cordier Mestrezat trading house has always been a watchword for excellence and innovation in the marketing of wines from the Grands Crus Classés.
To magnify the oenological thrills offered to its private visitors, Cordier Mestrezat has commissioned us to develop a surprising, innovative application that exploits the augmented reality technology to showcase prestigious collections of Bordeaux wines.

Entering postcards in 3D

June 21st, 2013
A gallery of ancient postcards in which one can "enter": this can been experienced at the new Tourist Office of Grand Villeneuvois. Three emblematic locations animated in 3D for an immersive travel back to the 1900's.


May 25th, 2013
Murmur is an interactive installation composed of an architectural prosthesis enabling the communication between passers-by and the wall upon which it is connected. It was unveiled during the «Nuit Numérique #10» in Reims in May 2013.

"Textopolis" and "Expression" at the Digital Week 2013

March 29th, 2013
The Digital Week of Bordeaux, 3rd edition, was
the occasion to exhibit two interactive art pieces. "Textopolis" was invited to animate the convention "La Grande Jonction" at H14, while "Expression" adorned the prestigious facade of the gardens of the town hall.