Once again this year, Pixsenses and Montreal Digital Spring (Printemps numérique) are renewing their partnership as part of MTL Connect: Montreal Digital Week which will take place from the 15th of october until the 23rd.
About Pixsenses :
Pixsense is a Québec-based company that has been working in the field of new technologies. Thanks to the versatility of its team and its founder Abderrahman Ourahou, the company specializes in the design of immersive audiovisual projects, in the production of applications, in augmented and virtual reality.
Our main mission is to create experiences and place users at the center of them. Our values are creativity, innovation and autonomy, all through collaborations.
Major partner of MTL connect:
For the 4th edition, the event will take place in a hybrid way and Pixsenses will play the role of major partner. The goal of this collaboration is to strengthen the relationship between Quebec’s digital ecosystems.
For the company, this partnership includes taking charge of the technical direction for the conceptualization of the visual aspect of the event, through immersive and interactive experiences,projections, and lighting.
Pixsenses will also be participating in MTL connect as an exhibitor. Our Booth will be the perfect place to come have fun and interact with members of our team and other participants. In addition to being a spot to discover our services and our products, while enjoying our digital facilities.
A company that knows how to innovate :
Since its foundation in 2016, the company has continued to develop projects and reinvent itself to take on new challenges, particularly over the past two years.
In collaboration with Float4, Pixsenses ensured the technical direction of the new eBay interactive campus in Silicon Valley. The team participated in the integration of Float4’s Realmotion technology and infrared sensors to control the visual on a giant screen by users.
The company also helped organize the Hackiété 375 event in collaboration with Le Printemps numérique, Projet A144, Desjardins Lab and Montréal NewTech, Chromatic Pro, La boîte interactive and Dix2.
With the new needs created by the pandemic, Pixsenses adapted its activities and work methods to the circumstances.
Confronted with this new reality, the team seized this opportunity to develop its own version of the metaverse called the Virtual Zone, a virtual platform that realistically reproduces the activities and content of an event.
In 2021, the company developed Xplore, a series of educational card games for children that combine board games with augmented reality.
Through national and international collaborations and large-scale projects, Pixsenses hopes to become a Québec leader in the field of Information Technology.