By definition, a “multi-functional” amphitheater should be able to serve a variety of purposes and accommodate almost any operator. With this idea in mind, the Sainte-Justine University Health Centre (CHU) called on TKNL to carry out the technological integration of two of its multi-functional venues.
The Albert-Royer amphitheater is equipped with a Crestron control system, multi-angle videoconference, and a multi-screen viewing system with 5.1 audio distribution. In essence all the right tools to hold any kind of event. Distribution control can be handled in the audio booth, through the matrix system, by a presenter at the lectern, or even via an iPad. The result is a flexible, user-friendly system that makes any presentation a success.
The Justine Lacoste-Beaubien amphitheater features a 176 inch-wide screen, a high-capacity projector and a 7.1 audio system. Its functionalities are similar to those of the Albert-Royer amphitheater, but it is used for larger events. Renamed “Céline Dion Cinema”, it allows 175 people at a time―children and their relatives―to watch movies, making their hospital stay more pleasant.