ScreenScape to Present the Best of the East Coast at Atlantic Canada House During Vancouver 2010

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Pan-Atlantic partnership chooses ScreenScape to power screen display network at Atlantic Canada House Pavilion during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games

Organizers of Atlantic Canada House ( announced today that they are partnering with ScreenScape ( to employ a network of dynamic screens at the Atlantic Canada House Pavilion during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games.

Located in the heart of Granville Island, Atlantic Canada House will provide a venue to showcase the people, the resources, and the many natural wonders of Atlantic Canada. A historical and popular venue, Granville Island is expecting over 35,000 visitors daily during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Dynamic screens, powered by ScreenScape, will be strategically positioned throughout the pavilion to present the colors and textures of Atlantic Canada in beautiful high definition video. They will also be used to recognize sponsors and provide basic logistical support including event schedules and way finding in what promises to be a multi-faceted, multi-venue complex.

“ScreenScape-powered screens will help Atlantic Canada House to provide an inspiring setting to help visitors to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games experience all that Atlantic Canada has to offer.” says Paulette Soloman, coordinator. “ScreenScape offers a one-of-a-kind pricing model that when combined with its flexibility and ease-of-use made it an obvious choice for this project. ScreenScape gives us the ability to quickly deploy multimedia to any number of screens from anywhere in the world. Our partners love it and the artists whom we will feature will love it too.

For two weeks, Canada's east coast will come alive on screens all over Atlantic Canada House.”
Mark Hemphill, ScreenScape Founder and Chief Product Officer, welcomed the opportunity to participate in the project. “We are thrilled to be able to provide technology support to Atlantic Canada House and to be a part of the Winter Games in Vancouver. ScreenScape is often characterized as a digital signage network when it is that and so much more. Here we have a world class cultural venue choosing ScreenScape for its power and flexibility as an interpretive presentation tool. It is an honor for us to have our technology chosen to showcase to the world all that Atlantic Canada has to offer - including ScreenScape itself.”

About Atlantic Canada House
Discover the best of Canada's East Coast at Atlantic Canada House on Granville Island. For two weeks during the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games you'll experience our famous East Coast hospitality, right here on the West Coast. From daily shows and nightly concerts, to incredible cuisine, Atlantic Canada House will highlight the rich and varied culture of this region.

Atlantic Canada House is a pan-Atlantic partnership comprised of the Government of Canada, represented by the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, and the Governments of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Come on over and join in the fun, you're always welcome at our house! For more information on Atlantic Canada House visit us at

About ScreenScape Networks
ScreenScape is an Internet Service and Community that offers a smarter, simpler and more cost-effective way to use screen displays in your venue. Members of ScreenScape form a community of venues interconnecting to establish a shared resource and a marketplace for exchanging content.

ScreenScape Networks Inc.
(902) 368-1975
P.O. Box 291, 133 Queen Street, 3rd Floor, Charlottetown, PE C1A 7K4 Canada

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