The Society for Arts and Tehcnology [SAT] invites you, this may 20th, to the presentation of the Propulse[ART] research program results.
Initiated by the Society for Arts and Technology and its partners, PropulseART is a research program that allows physically separated groups to connect virtually for cultural, educational, and socio-economic events. PropulseART interactively connects locales assembling up to thousands of people without the limitations of distance.
With a territory as large as Quebec and as coupled with identity issues, the social, economic and ecological advantages of this software are considerable.
Designed for audiovisual, bidirectional collaboration, the PropulseART software suite is part of a course of action designed to connect auditoriums within educational institutions across Quebec through fibre optic networks currently deployed by the RISQ network. We also wish to enable communities to convert their auditoriums and event venues into collaborative infrastructures upon request, thereby allowing them to interact with other regions throughout Quebec and around the world.
Thanks to PropulseART, we can now envision a network of Quebecois expertise connecting abroad via open source software, where everyone can offer their contribution to development.
Unveiling of the PropulseArt research program results.
Presentation of the plan to connect public auditoriums to the RISQ network.à
Where : Society for Arts and technology, 1195 St-Laurent
When : Wednesday, may 20th, 10am