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Human + delves into the enigmatic world of researchers & entrepreneurs who are revolutionizing the way we see, touch, taste, hear and smell.
Human + The Future of Our Senses brings viewers into the enigmatic world of scientists, researchers, and entrepreneurs who are revolutionizing the way people see, touch, taste, hear, and smell. Each episode delves into the awe-inspiring stories of people whose lives are being transformed through cutting-edge advances in technology.
Human + The Future of Our Senses brings viewers into the enigmatic world of scientists, researchers, and entrepreneurs who are revolutionizing the way people see, touch, taste, hear, and smell. Each episode delves into the awe-inspiring and emotional stories of people whose lives are being transformed through some of the most cutting-edge advances in technology of the five senses: touch, sight, hearing, taste and smell.
1973. Founded by Jacques Nadeau and Louise Viens, the firm stands out in the mid-80s by its great original productions mainly in the science, history and society sectors.
1995. Josette D. Normandeau arrives at the management of the company. With it, anticipating the convergence of the media, the company enters the digital age with the production of a first Web / TV project noticed, Universe Inc. / Tradewinds.
2000. Josette D. Normandeau becomes shareholder and President.
2010. Idéacom International Web is created, and becomes the heart of the group’s innovation and digital development.
2017. Idéacom International enters into a strategic partnership with Cineflix Media Inc. to facilitate and accelerate the production and distribution of high-end content in international markets.
Jenny is a journey in the heart of a 13-year-old girl who gets diagnosed with leukemia. Unbowed, she rather discovers an impressive strength of character that helps her fight her illness. More than ever, she lives her life to the fullest. We learn to know and like her through her peppy outlook on life.Learn more
In Maux Mystères (literally “Mystery Woe”, a play on the French name for word search puzzles), people who are told they have a rare disease, often obscure even for doctors, see their lives confined to an endless quest for the right diagnosis.Learn more
J’aurais donc dû, docteur!, strikes us by showing us people just like you and me who should have run to the doctor right when the first symptoms came out, before the situation got out of hand…Learn more