CONVERGENCE No 207 – The MULTIMEDIA link the portal for

CONVERGENCE No. 207 – The MULTIMEDIA link: the portal for digital professionals in Quebec

March 1, 2024, 12:00 a.m

| Article written by
Steve Laprise

The Lien MULTIMEDIA team presents the 207th issue of CONVERGENCE, the business and digital culture magazine. This 85-page magazine is available for download as a PDF and is optimized for reading on a tablet or computer screen. This issue features artists and entrepreneurs interviewed by our journalists, including Stéphane Foenkino on the immersive “Noire” experience at the PHI Center, Jacques Hermans, CEO of Quebec's Game Guild video, Luc Sirois, Quebec chief innovator and CEO by Quebec Innovation Council, Brigitte Monneau (SYNTHÈSE – Pôle Image Québec), Simon Dansereau (Triple Boris), Fleur Marty (Fang & Claw) and Christopher Chancey (ManaVoid Entertainment).


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  • With “Noire” Stéphane Foenkinos dares to take the plunge into immersion
  • Darren Emerson explores the world of raves in Immersion
  • Pearle Harbor takes its audience into the pre-post-apocalypse with “Agit-Pop!” »
  • “Midnight Somewhere,” soon touring 25 cities in Quebec
  • “Fé·e·s sans foi”, a collaborative queer musical


  • Despite post-pandemic stabilization, independent game studios have a bright future ahead of them
  • Three video game industry professionals share their advice on entrepreneurship
  • A PGL dictate for companies in the spirit of artificial intelligence
  • Khaled Bouaziz (Innoprofits) advises video game studios on tax credits
  • Cultural data, standards and discoverability in the context of diversity: an ongoing reflection


  • “Ready for AI”: Luc Sirois satisfied with the work done; Now we have to walk the talk
  • Teacher Cindy St-Hilaire uses robotics to get her students excited about science
  • Marie-Hélène Hamel and her students went back to basics with the automated greenhouse project.
  • Sébastien Bergeron believes in the power of robotics and programming to combat school dropouts


CONVERGENCE magazine was launched in January 2000 at the suggestion of the newsletter Le Lien MULTIMÉDIA, published to its subscribers since 1994, and remains today the only magazine in Quebec dedicated exclusively to digital and technological culture here and elsewhere. It is produced without any government support and survives solely thanks to the support of its advertisers, subscribers and partners, to whom we sincerely thank.

CONVERGENCE is published 12 times a year in a digital format optimized for reading on tablets, computers and mobile devices (downloadable PDF). Each issue consists of between 60 and 100 pages, enriched with video content and podcasts.