Olivier conceives and develops new interactive technologies, applications and experiences. He is the founder of 32al, an independent Research & Development agency that specializes in Interaction Design and Technologies. Before starting 32al, he led multi-disciplinary R&D projects in the Think Tank Team at Samsung, focusing on the conception and development of new interactive technologies for products. He also worked at Disney Research in Pittsburgh, Sony Corporate Laboratories in Tokyo and Paris, as well as at the MIT MediaLab.

Olivier presented his work at top international academic conferences and exhibitions, including SIGGRAPH, Ars Electronica, ACM UIST and ACM SIGCHI. His academic research has also been reported in popular media, such as CNN, BBC, MIT Technology Review, Wired or Engadget. He is a co-inventor on over 15 patents and applications. His background is in Computer Science, Cognitive Sciences and Design. Olivier received his PhD in Computer Science from INRIA in Paris, France.