In 2013 he founded Mogees Limited, a start-up focused on technology to transform everyday objects into musical instruments and games using a vibration sensor and a mobile phone and sold 50,000 units worldwide in just 2 years. His second startup HyperSurfaces built technology to convert physical surfaces of any material, shape and form into data-enabled-interactive surfaces using a vibration sensor and a coin-sized chipset. As an artist, he exposed his art installations in venues such as the Venice Biennale and the London Victoria&Albert museum and he performs with UK-based electronic music duo Plaid (Warp Records). He is also a multiple-time TEDx speaker and honorary research fellow at Goldsmiths, Univ. of London. He was granted a joint PhD in Computer Science from Goldsmiths, univ. of London, and IRCAM-Centre Pompidou (UPMC Paris 6), Paris.
From 2008-2011, Zamborlin worked at the IRCAM (Institute for Research and Coordination Acoustic Musical) – Centre Pompidou, where he started experimenting with the use of artificial intelligence and human movements and under the supervision of Frederic Bevilacqua contributed to the creation of Gesture Follower, a software used to analyse body movements of performers and dancers.
He has lived in London since 2011, where he developed a joint PhD between Goldsmiths, University of London and IRCAM – Centre Pompidou/Pierre and Marie Curie University Paris in Artificial Intelligence, focusing on the concept of Interactive Machine Learning applied to digital musical instruments and performing arts.
As an artist, Bruno is interested in approaching technology as an invisible medium that can alter our relationships with the everyday objects, spaces and nature that surround our lives, manipulating their acoustic properties to bring them to our attention as if we were to experience them for the very first time.
Bruno’s interactive sound installations have been exposed around the world, including venues such as the Venice Biennale, the Victoria&Albert Museum and the Tate Britain.