Baptiste is currently living in Switzerland, in the Bern area. His educational background is as a science graduate.
Currently he is working as a graphics developer for his own company ViZioCode, which provides 3D design and software development to broadcasters.
20 years ago, Baptiste helped “introduce” Internet in France, opening the first Internet cafe in Paris. He has also been a pionneer with video streaming over the Internet, broadcasting live events from all over Europe. At this time he created his first On Air graphics and joined Canal+ in 2000 as a broadcast engineer.
In 2010, he became a graphic designer working on Viz Artist for news production. In 2012, he developed a virtual studio and automated results for French and US elections, based on Vizrt technology. In 2013, he was in charge of the graphic project for 3 major channels, and worked on the integration of Vizrt with Master Control Room existing softwares.
After working for Canal+ for more than 14 years he, in 2014, founded ViZioCode in Switzerland to work with the Swatch group to integrate their timing into Vizrt scenes.
Some of his future projects include graphics for the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016.
Read more about Baptiste Cadiou on http://ViZioCode.com/portfolio.