Press Release: CHEK Crystal Conservatory

Press Release: CHEK Crystal Conservatory

A new chapter for the historical building and the CHEK conservation project.

Launching November 1st, 2077

Victoria, BC, Cascadia – CHEK, Cascadia’s premiere infomedia group, is proud to be launching a new facility in the downtown core of historic Victoria: the CHEK Crystal Conservatory. This highly interactive project will continue to groundbreaking work they began 42 years ago when they first broke ground in Saanich with their CHEK Conservatory at Butchart Gardens in 2035. The CHEK conservation project has since grown from a single location (associated with the WSPEC) with the intention of countering a disturbing trend in species extinction to their 15 locations across Cascadia which changed the course of species evolution and environmental protection in Canada.

The new CHEK Crystal Conservatory will be a fully interactive, virtual menagerie which will allow persons of all ages to experience life across the ages surrounded by extinct animal species and their human ancestors. The facility uses CHRONOVENTURES’ newly announced ChronoZone™ technology to create a fully immersive experience. The facility will use more than 21,000 m2 (230,000 ft2) of screens and phased acoustical arrays powered by ZOTAC simCards to allow for a full surround experience while still allowing visitors to use their WANDA and AR viewer devices.

The conservatory will be open to the public following a series of VIP launch events planned for 2077 following with the formal launch of ChronoZone™ (hosted in the new facility) in February that year. An event is also planned in March to coincide with the Royal BC Museum’s Dinosaurs in Time exhibition opening in April 2077.

Be sure to follow all missives and vidStreams on this exciting new edutraction.

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