Mario Cyr: one of the few underwater filmmakers and photographers to shoot under the ice. As an underwater cinematographer, he's collaborated on more than 150 productions, including for Disney Productions, Imax 3D, BBC, NHK, TV Tokyo, The Explorers, France 2, David Suzuki, National Geographic and The Cousteau Society.
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Perfect for families and school groups, this captivating and educational exhibition takes visitors on a one-of-a-kind adventure to the nearly inaccessible Canadian Arctic.
The acclaimed exhibition seen by over 100 000 visitors invites the audience on an immersive journey to a mysterious and almost inaccessible place. As they travel through images taken from world-renowned filmmaker Mario Cyr’s expeditions, visitors will be drawn into the breathtaking beauty of the spectacular arctic landscapes. Polar bears, walruses, narwhals, sea angels and large marine mammals cross their path. Witnessing the magnificence of these endangered landscapes and the creatures that inhabit them, visitors will also become aware of their fragility.
In this 60-minute immersive experience, visitors will also learn about the team’s expedition base camp and diving equipment, as well as the challenges they faced. The interactive exhibit culminates with a virtual dive under the ice with Mario Cyr in a breathtaking 360-degree projection space. The sheer scale of the images of these frigid waters will transport visitors into this powerful yet fragile world.
VR and App Content
Film & Sound
Available Package Options
High ceiling height
More Details About Technical Requirements
Required floor space: from 800 sqm to 1200 sqm
Required minimum vertical space: 7 m.