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Montreal Museum of Archeology’s Multimedia Room Unveils Technology Upgrades

Pointe-à-Callière, the Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History, has unveiled the new, technologically advanced features of its event-ready multimedia room.


February 8, 2011

The multimedia room features a 270-degree screen.

The multimedia room features a 270-degree screen.

Pointe-à-Callière, the Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History, has unveiled the new, technologically advanced features of its event-ready multimedia room.

Set against a backdrop of authentic archaeological remains, the Montreal venue’s room features a 270-degree screen and retractable stage.

The room, which includes two balconies, can hold 191 people. It features the latest technology: 14 video projectors; a video broadcast system made up of 15 computers; a three-sided perforated screen with a surface area of approximately 3,200 sq. ft.; a 17-speaker sound system with 24-track digital server; and stereo headsets with language selectors for simultaneous translation.

A moveable stage, concealed beneath the tiered seating, can be opened out, and offers positioning options for lecturers and presenters.

The space could host launches, concerts, press conferences, award ceremonies, business meetings, and convention opening ceremonies.

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