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November 14th, 2018 Conferences

R&D Session: VFC Biomediæ - part 1

Neuroscience is transforming the way films are produced, distributed and promoted. Currently at the prototype stage, VFC Biomediæ is a pioneering audience monitoring and analysis tool drawing on recent, affordable and user-friendly neurotechnology innovations. Producers, broadcasters and international agents are invited to a demonstration and feedback session with the new designed-in-Montréal platform.

Presentation by Charles-Stéphane Roy.

In English, open to DCM pass-holders only. Registration is required from November 1st, 2018. Limited capacity.
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Produced by LMDP Co. with the financial support of la SODEC.

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