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Special Olympics Ontario

The Invitational Youth Games approached us with a true challenge: create a dynamic video backdrop, that could be moved like door, but could serve to extend the perspective of the viewer, so we went to work from a number of different angles.

Our Objective was to Cover 4 specific areas:

Extended Perspective

We're proud to have the opportunity to host the Games and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics

With 5000 excited and energetic special olympians our goal was to impess and captivate the attention of the attendees. Using a combination of our Custom servers and real-time rendering, we were able to feed 3 distinct video-wall sections, the centre of which could fly out over 12′ to allow presenters to enter and exit the stage.

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INVITATIONal youth games

TORONTO — Ontario’s government is making strategic investments to ensure Ontario is the best place to play sports, be an athlete and compete. Today, Premier Doug Ford, joined by Michael Tibollo, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport, opened the first Special Olympics Ontario Invitational Youth Games, which will take place from May 14 to 17.

“Congratulations to all the incredible athletes who will be competing over the next few days, and a big welcome to their families and coaches,” said Ford. “We’re proud to have the opportunity to host the Games and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics. Thank you to everyone involved in making these Games happen and best of luck to all the athletes!”

The Invitational Youth Games bring together 2,500 student athletes aged 13 to 21 and their coaches from around the world. It marks the first time high school-aged athletes with an intellectual disability will have the chance to compete in an international sports competition. The Games will host unified and traditional team options in athletics, basketball, bocce, floor hockey and soccer. Competitions will be held in venues across the Greater Toronto Area including Humber College, Seneca College, Ryerson University and the University of Toronto.

“Our government for the people is pleased to support the Games through the Ontario Sport Hosting Program,” said Tibollo. “Investing in sport and recreation is key to ensuring all athletes of all abilities have the opportunity to compete at home and abroad. A special thank you to Special Olympics Ontario for providing our athletes the opportunity to compete internationally, right here at home.”

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