Lights, set and we are moving
Located in the heart of the Quartier des Spectacles on Île Balmoral, the new headquarters of the National Film Board will continue to make the 7th Art show more openness to the public.
Our team of scenography and technology is proud to accompany the NFB in the development of technical and technological concepts for the various production, animation and exhibition studios.
After more than 25 years, the Montréal Insectarium will make itself a cocoon to be reborn in a brand new house with a live insect zoo, a museum space with pinned specimens, a research area for scientists and a botanical garden.
Museological, educational and immersive technologies will be prescribed by our specialized team.
Go multimedia is participating in the construction Canadian High Artic Research Station (CHARS) based in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. This station will provide a world-class hub for science and technology in Canada’s North that will include a technology development center, traditional knowledge center and advanced laboratories. This station is being built by Canadians to serve the world and engage Northerners in cutting-edge science and technology. Will be integrated by our team is a conference center, a television studio, a multifunctional room and a museum area.
This video, produced by the Broccolini team, presents the 3D infographic of the visit of the new Maison Radio-Canada.
« …as soon as the first notes of Vivre en ce pays (Robert Charlebois) fused, the text and the music came to our ears with such a clarity that we had the impression to sit in our living room with headphones on…» – www.nordinfo.com
This extract from the press article highlights the quality of Ste-Therese’s newest venue. The result of the combine contribution efforts between Odyscène, the architect firm L’Écuyer Lefaivre and GO multimédia on all scenographic, acoustical and architectural lighting aspects in addition to the exterior LED signage.
Studios with high end broadcast technology in Canada will soon be available. CBC / Radio-Canada reaffirms its mission to consistently deliver high-quality, internationally competitive content. GO multimédia, as principal consultant in scenography and technology, will ensure that this will be respected. Being part of the main team, we are responsible for referring the construction team to ensure quality of production in compliance with current and future technical requirements mandatory by radio and television studios. The move is scheduled for 2018.
The Maison Internationale Des Arts De La Marionnette (MIAM) (International House of puppetry art) is a unifying project that aims to promote and help develop puppetry art by offering spaces and services tailored to the needs of this discipline. Creation and presentation facility as well as a professional training and mediation center, the MIAM will include a creation lab, a workshop, a foyer and some offices.
Go multimédia has been mandated to assist the client and it’s team of professionals in order to provide the lab with the necessary infrastructure and stage equipment for the creative process and theatrical presentations. This exploratory space will allow both artists and stage artisans to practice their passion and to perform in front of an audience using a simplified room transformation system.
For the USITT 2016 which took place in March in Salt Lake City, the hall “Espace Theatre Muni-Spec” of Mont-Laurier has received the “2016 Architecture Award USITTs Honor Awards”. It is presented as a multipurpose hall able to accommodate traditional performing arts events as well as configurations for cabarets, banquets, corporate events and trade shows.
For this award , it was highlighted the structural grid of cross-laminated wood beams supports the roof and creates a canopy over the main entrance. It clearly communicates the importance of wood for the region and supports the local development of new technologies that add value to this natural resource with a better environmental footprint than steel and concrete.
The professionals awarded this prize were “the FABG Architects” for the architecture of the multipurpose hall and “Go multimedia” as Theatre Consultant.
Photo credit : Steve Montpetit
Montreal’s Museum of Archaeology and History Pointe-à-Callière is currently in full development of a set of new rooms that will exhibit the remains of what was the home of Callière and the first residents of what will be called Montreal. To get there, visitors must travel 100 meters in the William’s collector that will be all refurbished to provide an unparalleled immersive experience. GO multimedia is currently working on the development of all the infrastructure that will be required for the different museum exhibitions.
The Grand Théâtre of Québec is updating its infrastructures by adopting the digital transition. They have contacted us to conceive the digital transmission network to replace their analog one. We are teaming up with them to develop the network that will be able to transport all their audio, video, control and scenic lighting signals on fiber optics, as well as a shielded 10-gigabit Ethernet and high debit copper backbone. All those links will permit the transportation and respect of the broadcast industry standards, digital audio and 4K video support. We contribute to the GTQ innovation by updating its facilities that offer durability and malleability thanks to digital network impressive bandwidth. We work closely with the appointed electrical engineer in the development of the infrastructure required to make the physical deployment of this new digital wiring structure for it to meet, and even exceed, the industry standards.