The winds of the four regions of Canada converged on Ottawa's Parliament Hill this summer, in the form of a Wind Odyssey. Every year, the grounds of the capital are host to a light and sound extravaganza that celebrates Canadian culture, and this year's show focused on its fabled winds. To display the vibrant imagery of the show, the project uses the Parliament Building as one single 600'-wide (183m) projection surface. "Because it's a government building, they don't follow what you want to ...
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