Jean-Ambroise Vesac is involved with numerous research-creation laboratories in Montréal and Québec City. His work deals with the digital hybridization of humans and machines. In 2012, Vesac presented Digital Migration, at BIAN, an interactive 3D portrait process; and Soleil in 2014, an immersive and interactive sound and light installation. In 2016, ScnVir-EAA was created for the Espace[i] media festival, and in 2018 at the Val-d'Or Exhibition Center. In this mobile augmented reality project users hybridize in a participatory mixed reality with bots, sounds, augmented objects and other participants. ScnVir offers a digital space of freedom where participants experience a moment of collective art. He holds a PhD in Digital Art from Laval University and works as a professor-researcher at the University of Québec in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, specializing in experiential design and mixed realities.