Audiovisual equipment

Library 3.0

Monique-Corriveau Library

Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 2014

The Monique-Corriveau library is located in Quebec City’s Sainte-Foy neighbourhood, in a converted church. It’s a new style of library, equipped with the latest technology, a café and open spaces for children. The library management’s fervent wish was to create a multi-purpose meeting space that encouraged reading from a very young age by making technological tools available to members. The library called on XYZ Cultural Technology to provide audiovisual material for the space.

Description

XYZ Cultural Technology’s technicians set up a video wall in the lobby of the library that can be used for presentations and small-scale shows. The team also set up projectors in the conference room and the large multimedia room, the latter of which includes video game consoles connected to LED screens.

Finally, XYZ installed the library’s entire sound system and signage monitors.

Expertise

  • Audio
  • Video
  • Control systems

Mandate

Contractor
Design
Equipment
Set-up
Calibration and programming

Production

City of Quebec