When the Jacques-Cartier Bridge turns on the lights in May 2017, it’ll do more than illuminate a structure that connects Montreal to the South Shore. In addition to its colour-changing, LED-based lighting design, the project will also use hues that reflect the seasons, the weather, or special events, while allowing the public to interact with and impact the fixtures via mobile devices.
The lighting of the Jacques-Cartier Bridge is part of Montreal’s 375th Anniversary celebrations. In this video, Amahl Hazelton, head of communications for Destinations at Moment Factory, and Martin Gagnon, president of Ambiances Design Productions, explain what went into the bridge’s lighting design.
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