19 April 2015


Frame x Frame Exhibit Finalist at NUMIX Awards

The “Frame x Frame. The Animated Films of the NFB” exhibition held at Musée de la civilisation has been selected as finalist at NUMIX awards in the Cultural production Digital exhibition and Art category. The exhibit bet on experiments and interactive technologies and has inspired creating more than 5000 videos within six months in the popular animation lab. Arcane Technologies is proud to have been part of this project by acting first as technology consultant for the Museum in order to choose the right technologies to support such a rich content, and then by producing mobile apps (iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch), interactive universes and much more! An exhibition to discover or revisit by August 23rd 2015 at the Musée de la civilisation.

The whole team is very proud to be recognized by this excellence nomination. We are well known for our virtual reality and augmented reality expertise, but more than ever for our creativity, our multimedia skills and as new interactive technologies integrator, says Mathieu Benoit, Director Business Development.

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About NUMIX awards

NUMIX are Quebec digital medias awards of excellence. The Gala will be held on May 14h at Théâtre du Monument National in Montreal. NUMIX are a Regroupement des producteurs multimedia (RPM) initiative, presented by Canada Media Fund and sponsored by Société Radio-Canada and Bell Média among others.

For more information:
NUMIX 2015 Awards

About the Frame x Frame. The Animated Films of the NFB exhibition

The exhibition plunges the visitor into the heart of the captivating and innovative world of animation filmmakers from the National Film Board of Canada, who have pushed the boundaries of their art form. This is a true celebration, where visitors can meet the filmmakers, see their work and stimulate their creativity in the animation lab.

For more information:
Musée de la civilisation

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