As part of the Canada 150th Anniversary celebration, the Government of Canada has funded a multimedia project called SESQUI. Long story short, this initiative uses cutting-edge technologies to allow anyone to see and understand Canada, using immersive 360° videos, filmed across our ten provinces and three territories. (details: http://www.sesqui.ca )

SESQUI has been making tours around the country with their inflatable hemispherical dome, as well as their Virtual Reality exhibits (most recently at the CNE).

If you have not yet seen what SESQUI is about, or want to relive this breathtaking, once-in-a-generation experience, now is your chance to explore Canada as you have never seen before in full 360°.

On Tuesday September 19th from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm, SESQUI will be coming to the Deaf community with their Virtual Reality Exhibit, right here at the Rumball Centre. Free admission!

If you miss this, you might have to wait another 25 years to see something like this again!