Mathieu Rivier and Benjamin Muzzin met at the University of art and design in Lausanne (écal) during their studies in media & interaction design. After a few VJ gigs together, they decide to create Dazzle, a common name under which their would perform and sign projects. Their visuals are always one hundred percent computer generated, using mostly 3D softwares and programming. This desire to work only with digital visuals comes from their interest in trying new tools for creation and allows them to have sound-reactive visuals in realtime. Beside their live activities, Mathieu and Benjamin focus most of their energy on their work between technology and art in such fields as 3D motion graphics, interaction design and video mapping. They use their skills to work on artistic projects in which they enjoy exploring new aesthetics with new digital tools.