About The Project
Ontario House was designed to showcase our province as a great place to work, live and invest, and was one of the most popular pavilions during the 2010 Winter Games.
The pavilion featured interactive touch tables, live celebrity appearances, a traditional selection of local Ontario foods and evening performances, all surrounded by stunning visuals of places to live, work and play in Ontario. The client required over 100 vignette videos and various event promos to run on both interior and exterior screens.
Keyframe was proud to be part of the Ontario House team tasked with designing, building and promoting the venue leading up to and during the Olympics. On the ground throughout the Olympics, our team created a daily highlight reel that acknowledged all Canadian medal winners and provided live video feeds for the interior and exterior screens.
We remained continually on stand-by for live broadcasts. In addition, we were responsible for creating digital assets such as postcards, digital menus, custom graphics and video production. Ontario House was a great success, welcoming more than 150,000 visitors over 17 days. It became the pavilion of choice to share Olympic moments and was often filled to capacity with fans.