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Representation in China

2016-01-17
Réalisations now has representation in China. Réalisations Inc. Montreal calls upon a specialist in cultural markets and technologies to develop projects in Asia.
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Réalisations supports SESQUI for Canada 150 Touring Domes Experience

2016-03-16
The Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage announced today a $9.5 million commitment to support SESQUI at a press conference in Réalisations Inc. Montréal's studio. Réalisations and SESQUI executives presented Minister Joly, with a first look at the SESQUI experience. SESQUI is an official Canada 150 Signature Initiative and today’s presentation represented the next step in SESQUI’s vision towards enhancing Canada’s creative culture through visual arts and innovation.
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Réalisations's representative to attend CIFTIS Beijing 2016

2016-05-26
只有英文。很抱歉造成您的不便 Réalisations's representative to attend CIFTIS Beijing 2016 to be held from May 28 to June 1st at China National Convention Center - Beijing, China
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Ron Morissette at Hospitality Forum, New York City, June 09, 2016

2016-06-09
只有英文。很抱歉造成您的不便 Hospitality Forum : At Roche Bobois, New York City, on June 9th, invited speakers will talk about Unexpected Collaborations in hospitality design. Our Vice President, Development and Networks, Ron Morissette will take part of this interesting discussion.
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Getting ready for IAAPA's Asian Attractions Expo 2016.

2016-06-10
只有英文。 很抱歉造成您的不便 Industry leaders join together for the premier international business event for attractions industry professionals in the Asia-Pacific region at IIAPA's Asian Attractions Expo 2016.
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案列介绍

DIGITAL CANVASES TO EDUCATE, AMAZE AND SPARK CONVERSATION

Sun Life Financial Corporate HQ, Toronto (CAN)

2017

Sun Life Financial is a multinational insurance company, with a standout commitment to the well-being of the communities they serve. Their role as conscious corporate citizens includes, but is not limited to, philanthropic support of health and wellness programs, diabetes prevention and research as well as arts and culture initiatives. Sun Life seeks to emulate these core values by creating an exemplary working ecosystem that offers the best possible environment for the employees who make these worldwide efforts possible. To achieve this mandate, the international insurance leaders asked Réalisations to help design and create a collection of digital canvases throughout their new corporate headquarters. The digital canvas project pushes the boundaries of art and design, creating a unique environment for Sun Life employees. These digital canvases serve to brighten and uplift the spirit, in the same way as any traditional art installation.  

 

Nine separate installations work together to channel the intangible essence of day to day connections that make large-scale, positive change possible around the world. The installations make use of furniture design, high-impact visual displays, ambient reactivity and creative use of audio-visual technologies to present content that educates, surprises and sparks conversation. 

 

The installations themselves are spread across three floors, each located in a unique environment ranging from transitory corridors to employee lounge areas to executive spaces. Each area serves a unique function within the building, and hosts different audiences; advisors, corporate clients, investment bankers and employees. Réalisations used a refined visual toolbox to follow a continuum of design experiences from sophisticated to approachable, with elements of interactivity dialled up or down to suit the needs of the setting.

Sun Life Financial Corporate HQ, Toronto (CAN)
Sun Life Financial Corporate HQ, Toronto (CAN)
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INFO-PHOTO KIOSKS ON LAURIER WEST

Laurier West ave, Montreal (QC)

2017

Laurier West neighborhood is a perfect microcosm of what the city of Montreal has to offer; a diverse mix of food, shopping, culture and language. Residential streets serving vibrant communities thread together the major streets which intersect with each other to create a local and international commercial marketplace. With an active website and social media presence, the community is connected all the way from the sidewalk to the screen. It is an area of the city where information is readily available. However, when road construction threatened the prosperous community culture, the City of Montreal sought to help people in the neighborhood understand what was going on, while encouraging them to enjoy the area nonetheless with a playful and informative addition on the streets. 

Laurier West ave, Montreal (QC)
Laurier West ave, Montreal (QC)
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INNOVATIVE DESIGN AND EQUIPMENT FOR 360° FILM

Technical Expertise and Innovation for SESQUI's 360° Cinematic Dome Tour

2017

SESQUI is one of the cornerstone celebrations in honor of Canada's 150th anniversary. SESQUI brings together technical innovation and art in a multi-faceted celebration of Canada’s heritage, landscape and people. Réalisations is proud to have been a part of SESQUI’s 360 Technical Innovation Team, providing expertise and support for their 360° film, HORIZON.

 

HORIZON embarks on a nationwide tour, visiting planetariums throughout the country before launching a “pop-up” tour in June 2017. During this mobile tour, the SESQUI inflatable dome theatre will bring HORIZON to the doorsteps of seven Ontario communities. 

 

Réalisations provided expertise and created fundamental equipment to help bring the concept of a travelling 360° film into reality. The result is the HORIZON 360° Cinematic Dome Tour. HORIZON is shot using a variety of cameras, mounted on custom rigs. The film is then projected inside the SESQUI dome from eight projectors, using the newest cutting-edge technology to enable a standardized viewing experience for each stop along the mobile tour. 

 

FILMING: Realizing Canada in 360°

 

Réalisations provided support for the filming of HORIZON by designing, testing and constructing two separate camera rigs along with the help of our fellow collaborators, without which the end result would not have been possible. The first rig holds five SLR Canon cameras which shoot time-lapse; the second rig holds 3 RED Dragon 6K video cameras. Because the film is projected in a 360° dome, the film needed to be shot in extremely high resolution, otherwise the image quality would deteriorate when blown up for viewing.

 

Furthermore, the placement of the individual cameras on the rigs needed to be painstakingly calculated since any discrepancies in alignment would be detrimental to the success of the film’s projections inside the dome.

 

Finally, this project required that the rigs be road-ready; lightweight enough to be mounted to a variety of vehicles for land and aerial shots, yet durable. The rigs were used to shoot footage from ninety different locations across all thirteen provinces and territories, and needed to be able to withstand every extreme of these climates. These custom-built rigs help bring the film’s mandate to life; “a 360° cinematic journey across Canada, and a visual symphony that celebrates the people, landscapes and freedoms that make Canada home”. 

Technical Expertise and Innovation for SESQUI's 360° Cinematic Dome Tour
Technical Expertise and Innovation for SESQUI's 360° Cinematic Dome Tour
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HOW RÉALISATIONS USES BIG DATA TO LIGHT THE JACQUES CARTIER BRIDGE

Collaboration On "Living Connections"

2017

Réalisations, and five other Montreal interactive multimedia and lighting companies were brought together under the leadership of Moment Factory, to help realize “Living Connections”- the lighting of the Jacques Cartier Bridge. Réalisations came up with the idea of using big data as a modulator of the lighting system, as well as creating the programming and software- “SENS.ei Data”- and support thereof to make this a reality.

 

The custom software behind the world’s smartest bridge

 

For every particle of light on the bridge, there is a specific piece of data determining how it is expressed (what color it is, how bright it is, what direction it moves in, where it appears on the structure etc). The lighting patterns on the Jacques Cartier Bridge are meticulously informed by big data gathered by Réalisations' software SENS.ei Data in real time, and will never be random.

 

Réalisations is responsible for developing SENS.ei Data specifically for this project- a custom software that collects, monitors and harmonizes data from various sources; sensors, weather station, microphones, radars, press reports, social media and cameras pointed to the sky. The data is then broken into various categories and subcategories, all of which feed the lighting of the Jacques Cartier Bridge. SENS.ei Data sustains the spirit of Montrealers within “Living Connections”, to ensure that over the next ten years, no two days on the bridge are the same.

 

The Observatoire de la circulation de l'information (OCI) is participating in this innovative project.

 

How data from SENS.ei Data is expressed in light

 

The interior lighting network is predetermined; it expresses color based on the season. The hue changes slightly each day, so that over the course of a year the interior lighting of the bridge serves as a 365-colour chromatic calendar; whereas the exterior lighting network beats to the pulse of Montreal’s data stream. The external side lighting reflects Montreal’s day-to-day energy based on a multitude of data collected from SENS.ei Data. Various types of big data inform the speed, intensity and arrangement of lighting over the course of the day. The collection and integration of media data is what makes each day on the bridge completely unique.

 

SENS.ei Data collects information from traffic radars, bike sensors, microphones plus cameras monitoring the color of the sky, and integrates reports from OCI sourced across social media and online news through the tracking of various keywords and hashtags. There are two main components of how this vast range of data is expressed; during the “Hourly Show” and in the “Ambient” phase of the bridge’s day.

 

Hourly Show

 

Lasting approximately five minutes, every hour (between sunset and 3 am) the bridge will perform a recap of data collected throughout the day. The show consists of four main acts; weather, traffic, media and mood bookended with a brief intro and outro. Particles of light express data from each category in a unique way.

  1. Weather: the movement of light will change based on the direction of the winds, amount of precipitation, temperature etc.
  2. Traffic: sensors on the bridge track the direction of traffic and types of vehicles (trucks, cars, bicycles and pedestrians), all of which modulate the density of light particles on the bridge.
  3. Media: seven media categories are monitored, each corresponding with a different color*. The color displayed corresponds to the most talked about category for the current day.
  4. Mood: in addition to tracking the quantifiable data using the frequency of keywords and hashtags, SENS.ei Data tracks the sentiment associated with all this data, to create a feeling or “mood” for the bridge that changes with the feelings of Montrealers. The bridge can either be positively, or negatively animated based on people's’ reactions to various subjects on social media. A mood rating is tracked on all data, between -1 and +1, which determines the direction of the light particles; if the overall sentiment is negative, particles of light will cascade downwards; if the sentiment is positive they will drift upwards.

        * media categories: environment (green), technology (light blue), business (yellow), society (red), art (purple), institutions (pink), sports (dark blue)

 

Ambient Show (Pulse of #Montreal)

 

The ambient show serves as the foundation for the lighting on the Jacques Cartier Bridge, this is what Montrealers will be seeing for most the time that the bridge is “awake”. In this phase, the vitality of Montreal is monitored on social media. For each Tweet using one of the preselected hashtags (#MTL, #MTLMoments, #IlluminationMTL, #Montréal, #Montreal, #375MTL) a particle of light will descend from the turrets atop the bridge. The characteristics of these light particles will depend on various engagement with the tweet; color is determined by which hashtag is used and can reflect the sky color of the day, the amount of likes the tweet receives will inform the length of the particle, and the amount of retweets will determine how fast it moves. On a day when the city is abuzz with local news such as a Habs victory, a public event, bizarre weather or a big piece of news, these pulses of light will create an excited energy on the bridge. A quieter day will show less activity, and reflect the calm of the city.

 

 

Collaboration On "Living Connections"
Collaboration On "Living Connections"
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THE JACQUES CARTIER 大桥灯光秀

大都会未来象征之交互式灯光秀——蒙特利尔(加拿大)

2017

 Living connections项目匠心独具且涉猎多个学科,将雅克·卡地亚大桥转变为一件交互式的艺术品,成为蒙特利尔的下一代标志。

 

 

大桥的灯光秀旨在庆祝建市375周年以及加拿大建国150周年。

 

 

Living connections项目将成为视觉性识别元素,真正彰显蒙特利尔的无限创意与工程实力。

大都会未来象征之交互式灯光秀——蒙特利尔(加拿大)
大都会未来象征之交互式灯光秀——蒙特利尔(加拿大)
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