The 2k40 production team would like to express our gratitude to the Department of Canadian Heritage for its financial investment in creating this on-line presentation as part of the Virtual Museum of Canada.

Project management

Exhibitions Department, Montréal Science Centre

Concept and production Creo, game for science

CREO inc.

Caroline Julien, Producer

Estel Grimard, Scriptwriter and Co-ordinator

Francis Vidal, Programmer

Mylène Arès, Programmer

Mathieu Héroux, Programmer

Charles-Emmanuel Ouellette, Illustrator and Animator

Jean-Michel Tremblay, Trainee

Caroline Valiquette, Pedagogy Specialist

Geneviève Lajeunesse, Website and additional scriptwriting

Sylvain Marotte, Website Design and Artistic Director

Marie-Claude Ouellet, Writer

Michelle Hébert, Writer and French-language Reviser

Terry Knowles and Pam Ireland, English Translators

Peter Christensen, English Translator

Multimediarts, Sound Designer

Quality assessment

Idéactif inc.

Scientific Committee

Dick Bourgeois-Doyle, author of A Northern Edison: George J. Klein

The Hydro-Québec Éléctrium team

Valérie Gouaillier, Centre de recherche informatique de Montréal (CRIM)

Marc Poulin, Centre de recherche industrielle du Québec (CRIQ)

Camille St-Hilaire, Fugro Airborne Surveys Quebec Ltd.

Isabelle Tremblay, Canadian Space Agency (CSA)

Johanne Vézina, Dietician

The materials on this Website are protected by Canadian copyright legislation. Accordingly, it is forbidden to modify, reproduce or distribute these materials in any form or by any means whatsoever (photocopying, electronic, mechanical or other process) without written authorization from the Montréal Science Centre.

We extend a great many thanks to our friends and colleagues for providing their feedback, insights and expertise. Their participation in the development of this Web site has increased its value immeasurably as an educational and academic resource.

We wish to thank all participants in the user tests conducted during the development of 2k40. Their knowledge and feedback was a tremendous asset.