Computational Creativity and Beyond

AI × クリエイティブで、

「THE SHIP」のミュージックビデオ制作他、
AIと人間の対話をテーマにした “AI DJ Project” ヨーロッパツアーも



Deep Learning × Creative

Data × Creative


Nao Tokui

徳井 直生Nao Tokui

Founder / CEO of Qosmo Inc. , PhD of Engineering

PhD (Engineering)
He received his Ph.D. from the University of Tokyo researching artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction. He has been actively working in the field of interactive art and music based on his research expertise and insights. After pursuing his research and creative interest in several laboratories in Japan and Europe, he founded Qosmo in 2009 with his fellow researchers and artists to deploy their ideas in the real world and market.

His current vision is to build simple softwares fostering human creativity and imagination; invaluable in our fast-changing, complex world.

Toru Urakawa

浦川 通Toru Urakawa


Born 1988. After completing studies at the Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics at the Graduate School of Fundamental Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Toru Urakawa graduated from the 2014 Fall Class at the School for Poetic Computation (SFPC). He joined Qosmo while still enrolled in university and has been involved in the production of mobile applications and the design of stage production systems as a programmer.

In recent years, his manifold activities are inspired by a particular interest in articles of daily use and their translation into media that functions in everyday life.

Miyu Hosoi

細井 美裕Miyu Hosoi

Project Manager

A graduate from the Faculty of Policy Management at Keio University, Hosoi focused on ethnic music and singing. Her interest in this stems from joining her High School Choir and brings with it an exposure to contemporary choral music. The choir has won international awards such as the Gold Prize at the Busan Choral Festival in South Korea and national competitions in Japan.

She joined Qosmo also as a voice player/director for theater performances, performing in some sound installations/albums both in Japan and abroad.

Shoya Dozono

堂園 翔矢Shoya Dozono

Visual Researcher

Born in Tokyo, Japan 1988. After graduating from the Faculty of Design, Tokyo Zokei University, Dozono completed his Masters degree at Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences in Gifu. He joined Qosmo in September 2016.

Since 2013, Dozono has worked as a visual programmer for Hiroaki Umeda’s dance and audio visual pieces. He also creates visual art and develops software in collaboration with Professor Koji Hashimoto of Osaka University.

Robin Jungers


Born in 1994 in Nantes, France. After a preparatory course in physics and mathematics, Robin studied software engineering at the University of Paris-Est, specialized in multimedia and visual creation. He spent a semester at the Future University of Hakodate as an exchange student, where he worked on natural approaches to synthesize generative visuals, being mainly interested in raw and simple aesthetics.

Robin joined Qosmo that same year as an intern, before completing his course in 2017.