Multimedia

Finding innovative ways to solve problems is essential to keep ahead in the ever changing digital world. We’ve invested in skills and technology to produce experiences across a range of multimedia and emerging technologies, and continue to test ideas across new media.

We’ve produced imaginative, interactive and immersive experiences for  exhibitions and experiential environments. Our overriding passion is to create memorable  experiences that are not only engaging, but build on a tangible relationship between content and audience.

Our studio facilities also include cutting-edge technology and resource to produce VR experiences – whether for prototyping spaces, giving consumers new ways to interact with brands in experiential environments, or creating immersive cinematic experiences.

The Australian War Memorial

Luscious delivered the Australian War Memorial Audio Visual refit for the First World War gallery exhibit. With the support of the AWM curatorial team, Cunningham Martyn Design, Holly Digital and Sonar Sound, Luscious produced the AV gallery experience. This encompassed over 100 digital touch screens, the entire soundscape design, over 18 separate films and 3 major interactive exhibits:

  1. The interactive Gallipoli Touchwall, an interactive display that
    uses existing archival aerial imagery mapped onto topographical geometry with multiple users being able to interactively explore the Gallipoli region.
  2. Turning The Tables, an animated linear narrative story on the battle of the Somme led by Sir John Monash, using intricate CG recreations of battle scenes and motion graphic sequences.
  3. The AE2 film, the tale of 32 men in Australia’s first Submarine entering the Dardanelles, using CG recreations and motion graphic sequences.

The exhibit has received positive reviews since opening in 2015 and continues to be held as a benchmark for visitation by the AWM curatorial team.

The National Maritime Museum

Luscious delivered the multimedia audio-visual refit for the Australian National Maritime Museum – “Action Stations” in Sydney. Working with the curatorial team, Luscious developed 24 interactive multimedia displays and variety of bespoke films. The design team at Luscious took on the challenge of creating an immersive, engaging user experience on robust platforms in a marine environment. The challenge was to create media that could captivate an audience covering the age group of 8-80 years as well as catering to visitors from non-english backgrounds, resulting in the translation of all displays into Mandarin.

National Museum of Australia

The central focus of this redevelopment was to replace the current multimedia interactive with new, contemporary multimedia interactives, which introduce visitors to the many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities throughout Australia and their rich and diverse cultures. Working with local and indigenous groups Luscious developed a number of films and bespoke displays for the Gallery of First Australians.

Hill End Interpretive Centre

Luscious created and installed 1 x high definition film in the remote location of Hill End using robust projection systems and media player. The film utilised existing archived imagery with the conjunction of motion graphics to deliver a compelling account of the history of the area, from the perspectives of various groups including settlers and the indigenous Peoples.