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The Eos team has officially won a public art competition for OCT Transpo Articulated Bus Garage in Ottawa, Ontario. As the main staging grounds for the cities buses, the front wall of the bus garage will have LED lighting fixtures embedded into it. Titled “TRANSPOtting” the colourful motion of the LED’s will reflect the buses movement throughout the city. As the amount of buses increases during the busy times of the day, the motion of the lights will playfully reflect this, ultimately dimming down as the buses return to the garage in the evening. The Eos team will design, supply, program, and install this project for the City of Ottawa.

For more information, check out the cities website here.


Everyday now you start noticing lighting projects popping up around Vancouver. Last week the Eos team finished installing “The Words don’t fit the Picture,” by Vancouver artist Ron Terada. Adjacent to the iconic Public Library off Robson Street, the LED lit art changes color and draws out pedestrians camera’s in droves. The Eos team worked closely with Ron to construct and implement his design as he envisioned. Check out the link below to for more pictures.


City of Vancouver Write-up