See, hear, communicate and share in the discovery of spectacular marine environments with our team, in real time, all without ever getting wet.


We first began as a non-profit, Fish Eye Project in Victoria, BC, Canada in 2013 where we became experts in underwater live and interactive education. Since then we have grown into our brand, Live It, where we continue to provide real-time live educational experiences from the field. Now we explore not only our oceans, but any natural environment from sea to space. Even the most remote environments can now become accessible to grades 5-9 and scientists can share their expertise and passion from the field. Live It was founded in 2017 in Victoria, BC, Canada. 

 IMAX Victoria was busy on June 8, 2016 for world oceans day. 4,000 students online and 5 venues across canada joined us for this proof of concept.

IMAX Victoria was busy on June 8, 2016 for world oceans day. 4,000 students online and 5 venues across canada joined us for this proof of concept.

 

LIVE PRODUCTIONS

Looking for educators, school boards for Live It's new Fall Series 2018

 Photo credit: Eiko jones Photography

Photo credit: Eiko jones Photography

Discover the Pacific Northwest like never before- through a live and interactive series! In the Fall 2018, we will connect with experts in the field studying our incredible natural world. In September, we will learn about orcas. In October, we will go from the ocean to the river, and learn about the salmon run. Finally, in November, we will explore the forest and learn about bears.

 

Arctic Live Dive, Plongée en Arctique 27/08/2017

 Photo Credit: Francoise gervais / Arctic kingdom

Photo Credit: Francoise gervais / Arctic kingdom

In partnership with Canada C3, a signature project for Canada's 150th anniversary, we explored the Arctic Ocean, its spectacular environment, wildlife, and people who call it home. Learn more about our adventure here // En partenariat avec Canada C3, joignez-vous à nous pour découvrir l'océan Arctique, son environnement spectaculaire, sa faune et le peuple qui y vit. Plus d'info ici
 

Emerald Forest: June 8,  2016
 

 photo credit: Scott Stevenson

photo credit: Scott Stevenson

A World's First cinematic experience! Live Interactive Dives available in Giant Screen theatres and online on June 8, 2016 for World Oceans Day. 
 

 

 

 


“This is the beginning of an international movement”
- Lisa Helps, Mayor of Victoria, Canada