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MUSE project tests corporate acceptance of community-rooted initiatives

News | 05/13/2005 4:00 am EDT

The Mobile MUSE project is well underway testing various wireless technologies for possible use during the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, including its most recently announced initiative, the Digital Dragon Boat Race. The project looks forward to the mid-term when visitors to the city will almost all be carrying mobile digital devices capable of handling and sharing rich media files, and the potential opportunities to bring Vancouver’s communities together with private sector sponsors to create entertaining and educational applications. The boat race web site was launched April 29 at http://www.ddbr.ca.

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