Museology and cultural engineering laboratory (LAMIC)

Université Laval, Québec, Québec
What the facility does

Use of digital technologies in a museum context, with a focus on the transmission of culture and heritage.

Areas of expertise

LAMIC is a laboratory specializing in experimental museology, based on information and communications technology (ICT). It is a telecollaboration platform that explores relationships between objects, visitors and space, in a museum context. LAMIC is intended as a hub of reflection and experimental research that helps museums redefine their practices by allowing them to make more enlightened choices of state-of-the-art technological equipment and providing them with the necessary tools to create dynamic museum experiences better adapted and adaptable to the public. A variable-geometry research team uses LAMIC’s infrastructure to explore ways to conserve and highlight heritage. LAMIC is a partner in a number of projects requiring the use of digital technologies for cultural and heritage purposes.

Research services

3D digitization, digital screening, techno-culture exhibitions

Sectors of application
  • Arts and cultural industries
  • Education
  • Tourism and hospitality
  • Utilities

Specialized lab


Digitization room

Callidus, Handyscan


2D digitizers: Colortrac

Screening room

Panoscope 360°


Stereoscopic projection





Exhibition room



MIDI sound and light system

Editing room

Video sound


Editing and recording

  • Musée des Ursulines de Québec
  • Provincialat des Ursulines du Québec
  • Canadian Heritage Information Network
  • Réseau international sur le Processus de production du handicap
  • Les musées de la civilisation de Québec
  • Musée François-Pilote
  • City of Saint-Hyacinthe
  • MRC de Kamouraska




The Ursulines’ Chapel

YouTube – Essai du modèle 3D de la Chapelle

Page Facebook du LAMIC