MULTIMEDIA

LAUNCH VIDEOS BELOW

We use an array of new technologies to take audiences beyond the walls of the space by creating immersive environments and interactive engagement.

 MULTIMEDIA PROJECT: Perth Mint Experience

The Perth Mint, home to the largest collection of gold nuggets, gold bars and specialist coins in Australia, features an array of newly installed multimedia exhibits. Perhaps the most notable among them is 'The Wonder Of Gold', a 12 x 3 metre multiscreen presentation produced for their newly redesigned visitor centre. This highly cinematic showpiece is a visual feast of imagery, scale and surprises.

Featuring a series of 3D animations, this interactive teaches visitors to understand the pricing of gold in a very unique way; by calculating their individual weight and determining the exact monetary value of that weight in gold! The interactive is engaged by simply standing on a scale, which is connected digitally to a computer located at the base of the touchscreen.

Featuring a series of 3D animations, this interactive teaches visitors to understand the pricing of gold in a very unique way; by calculating their individual weight and determining the exact monetary value of that weight in gold! The interactive is engaged by simply standing on a scale, which is connected digitally to a computer located at the base of the touchscreen.

One of two smaller interactive projects exploring the properties of gold.

Projected magically onto the glass of the showcases in the Mint’s 100-year-old vault, this program tells the stories of the less savoury aspects of gold fever in Western Australia: robbery, counterfeiting and cold-blooded murder.

The Golden West is one of three large touch screen interactive programs The Pod produced which allows visitors to explore for themselves the stories about Western Australian gold and the impact it had on the development of the state.

One of the smaller screens at the mint teaching the design properties of coin minting.

 MULTIMEDIA PROJECT:  The National Rugby League Museum - Sydney

This large touch screen interactive has 12 sections filled with small inteactive or video elements, which show how the game of rugby League in Australia has changed over its history.

 

 

This interactive, using a newspaper theme as the navigation device, traces the rich history of reporting rugby via print, radio and television. Visitor's can explore famous photographs, cartoons and advertisements and see how they have changed throughout the games history. They can also listen to and watch a number iconic Australian rugby moments.

Flagstaff hill text

 MULTIMEDIA PROJECT:  Flagstaff Hill

Flagstaff hill text

This interactive, highlights the 100 greatest players in Australian Rugby League history.

A user can search for players either by team, position or year. Each player profile shows their career, positions, teams and statistics as well as video, photos and biography.

This video shows the user experience navigating the 100 Greatest Players interactive.

 MULTIMEDIA PROJECT:  ANZ Banking Museum

This interactive provides access to the television advertisments ANZ has created over the last 50 years.

2014 |  ACUMEN  DESIGN