Research & Development

We work a lot with emerging technologies, and we’re often required to innovate to get the optimal interactive experience. Sometimes that means making our own hardware, adapting existing technology or inventing something completely new.

Cardboard VR

We created this 360 deg video to let Museums Australasia conference delegates experience being right in the middle of the acclaimed Te Papa exhibition Gallipoli: The Scale of Our War. The Google Cardboard viewer meant they simply used their phones and had their own virtual experience right there!

Wearables

Creating an app that talks to commercially available glasses, to allow our users to receive images, data and messages, and remain hands-free.

Reality augmented with magic

Using Augmented Reality to make the experience of viewing a 3-D butterfly seem like absolute magic.

Video mapping

By projecting over an existing surface, we can make a building appear to animate and come to life.

Data visualisations

Drawing on real time data, available through a building management system, to tell a visual story on energy use and expose otherwise “hidden” data that can now be celebrated.

Smart product demo

By printing a code out, and placing it on something you want to post, holding it up to your webcam - then you can see what size packaging you need superimposed over your item. That's our Smart Pack for NZ Post

Bringing bars alive

With themed live social media feeds and even a projection you can text to, we’ve brought the buzz into more than one downtown bar.

Great games

Race against an Olympic rower, ride a turtle, save an endangered dolphin, grow a garden, you name it, we’ve made a (fun) game about it.

Hands on with large scale interactive tables

We've built plenty of interactive surfaces, none more fun that the 4 metre table that responds to blocks being placed on it, not to mention the 3 metre multi user table that surfaces the collection of our National Library.
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