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  • Article: Art Processors recertified as a family-friendly workplace

    Art Processors recertified as a family-friendly workplace
    We're proud to share that Art Processors has been recertified as a Family Inclusive Workplace™, reaffirming our status as an organisation committed to designing a workplace that welcomes and suppor View Article
  • Article: 5 key insights into industry trends from the 2022 conference season

    5 key insights into industry trends from the 2022 conference season
    At Art Processors, we recognise that thriving in the attention economy requires challenging the status quo through a process of ongoing innovation—and better yet, when we can collaborate with partn View Article
  • Article: Making Light Years: the art of combining story and spectacle

    Making Light Years: the art of combining story and spectacle
    It struck me the other day, squarely and a bit awkwardly, that I’d had a connection with Sydney Opera House for a fifth of my lifetime. View Article
  • Article: Supporting Grad Girls in taking their first career steps

    Supporting Grad Girls in taking their first career steps
    Art Processors has been a proud supporter of the Vic ICT for Women’s Grad Girls program for several years now so we were delig View Article
  • Article: Transforming the Sydney Opera House into an outdoor cinema with AV sync tech

    Transforming the Sydney Opera House into an outdoor cinema with AV sync tech
    As far as Australian landmarks go, few are more iconic than the Sydney Opera House. View Article
  • Article: When things go pear shaped: How AP’s staff benefits supported two employees

    When things go pear shaped: How AP’s staff benefits supported two employees
    We talk about health and wellbeing every single day at Art Processors. Face-to-face, in meetings and even on a dedicated (and busy) Slack channel, we always want to know: how are you? View Article
  • Article: Finding your way around the 2022 Archibald Prize at Bunjil Place

    Finding your way around the 2022 Archibald Prize at Bunjil Place
    When Art Processors undertook exhibition design and wayfinding at Bunjil Place Gallery for the Art Gallery of New South Wales’ prestigious Archibald Prize, clarity and cohesion were at the View Article
  • Article: Game on! How do you balance entertainment with education in a museum?

    Game on! How do you balance entertainment with education in a museum?
    Collaborative and authentic, the multiplayer game at the heart of Decoded: 75 Years of the Australian Signals Directorate at the National Museum Australia was a great example for museums of View Article
  • Article: Great Southern Land inspiring people to consider their place in the world

    Great Southern Land inspiring people to consider their place in the world
    The National Museum of Australia's most significant gallery redevelopment ever tells the story of the continent as an ancient land shaped by connected, biodiverse forces. View Article
  • Article: Go Girl, Go For IT: How an AR stegosaurus convinced girls to go for an IT career

    Go Girl, Go For IT: How an AR stegosaurus convinced girls to go for an IT career
    At the recent Go Girl, Go For IT conference, girls from years 5-12 had the opportunity to see first-hand that a career in IT can be brilliantly creative. View Article
  • Article: Creating a full-stack solution to track life-saving flights

    Creating a full-stack solution to track life-saving flights
    The Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame wanted to evoke the spirit of innovation and community involvement that the Royal Flying Doctor Service has brought to outback Australia. View Article
  • Article: What the past and modern behavioural science reveal about tourism's recovery

    What the past and modern behavioural science reveal about tourism's recovery
    Recent predictions on how quickly the international tourism industry will bounce back from the latest Coronavirus pandemic vary from years to decades. View Article
  • Article: When is an experience too immersive? Exploring wellbeing and the museum

    When is an experience too immersive? Exploring wellbeing and the museum
    There was one distinctive moment that led Sarah van Haastert, Art Processors’ Business Development Lead, to want to talk on the topic of immersion and wellbeing at the 2022 AAM Annual Meeting. View Article
  • Article: Iconic, intimate, in-sync: Developing the audio experience for the Bob Dylan Center

    Iconic, intimate, in-sync: Developing the audio experience for the Bob Dylan Center
    At the Bob Dylan Center, our specially-developed audio technology immerses visitors as they curate their own intimate journey around the archives of this icon of American music. View Article
  • Article: Three Art Processors finalists in 2022 Women Leading Tech awards

    Three Art Processors finalists in 2022 Women Leading Tech awards
    We’re thrilled to share that three women at Art Processors — our Chief Financial Officer Amie Scruton, Visual Designer Cassandra Cox, and Lead Android Developer Rachael Jayne — are finalists in thi View Article
  • Article: Revealing the secrets behind the Australian Signals Directorate

    Revealing the secrets behind the Australian Signals Directorate
    Throughout a new exhibition at the National Museum of Australia, visitors actively uncover never-before-told stories of the Australian Signals Directorate. View Article
  • Article: Reflecting the works and world of Henri Matisse with an experimental audio experience

    Reflecting the works and world of Henri Matisse with an experimental audio experience
    For Art Processors, and our long-term partner the Gallery Digital team, who were spearheading the charge to create an immersive audio experience in time, Matisse: Life & Spirit – Masterpiece was a case of creative problem solving to the rescue. View Article
  • Article: How audio breaks down walls between indoor and outdoor spaces at The Huntington

    How audio breaks down walls between indoor and outdoor spaces at The Huntington
    As visitor experiences increasingly blur the lines between inside and out, The Huntington is leading the way in immersive digital storytelling inspiring full campus exploration. View Article
  • Article: Black History Month: Six pioneers who make every day better

    Black History Month: Six pioneers who make every day better
    During Black History Month, we’ve been thinking about the Black innovators who we have to thank for where we are today. View Article
  • Article: Farewell Josh Muir

    Farewell Josh Muir
    In 2019 an important opportunity came along for Art Processors when Bendigo Art Gallery invited our (then) small creative technology company to be part of a unique collaboration for an exhibition b View Article
  • Article: Engaging people in the stories of America's public lands for the National Conservation Legacy Center

    Engaging people in the stories of America's public lands for the National Conservation Legacy Center
    How to manage America’s public lands has long been a political hot potato (to put it lightly). On a 30-acre site in a mountain valley in Missoula, Montana, the debate is about to be shaken up. View Article
  • Article: Immersing visitors in California's beautifully bizarre Winchester Mystery House

    Immersing visitors in California's beautifully bizarre Winchester Mystery House
    After the tragic deaths of her child and husband, Sarah Winchester, heiress to the Winchester Rifle fortune, set about building a 160-room house to appease the spirits who died at the hands of the View Article
  • Article: How we’re prioritising mental health and wellbeing

    How we’re prioritising mental health and wellbeing
    In Art Processors’ culture of diversity and inclusion, it’s not just OK for our people to talk about their mental wellbeing and get the support they need, when and how they need it—it’s encouraged. View Article
  • Article: Art Processors recognised as a family inclusive workplace

    Art Processors recognised as a family inclusive workplace
    Art Processors is proud to announce its certification as a family inclusive workplace as part of an Australian-first initiative to raise the national standard of support offered by employers to wor View Article
  • Article: Grace Cathedral’s TILT concert will span cultures, countries and communities

    Grace Cathedral’s TILT concert will span cultures, countries and communities
    Art Processors is partnering with Grace Cathedral to produce View Article
  • Article: Dust to digital: The rebirth of the Stockman's Hall of Fame

    Dust to digital: The rebirth of the Stockman's Hall of Fame
    The Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame and Outback Heritage Centre recently reopened its doors after undergoing a two-year, $15 million redevelopment of its galleries. View Article
  • Article: Helping share WA Museum Boola Bardip’s ‘many stories’

    Helping share WA Museum Boola Bardip’s ‘many stories’
    Ahead of its opening in November 2020, WA Museum Boola Bardip needed a site-wide digital platform and mobile guide that could seamlessly integrate with its significant collection database a View Article
  • Article: Art Processors’ Vanessa Doake named finalist in Women Leading Tech Awards

    Art Processors’ Vanessa Doake named finalist in Women Leading Tech Awards
    Vanessa Doake, Art Processors’s Chief People Officer, has been named a finalist in the Executive Leader category of the 2021 Women Leading Tech Awards. View Article
  • Article: Statement regarding Dark Mofo act "Union Flag"

    Statement regarding Dark Mofo act "Union Flag"
    Like many in our community, Art Processors was shocked to hear the announcement of Spanish artist Santiago Sierra’s piece "Union Flag" as a major act for this year’s Dark Mofo festival. View Article
  • Article: How The O helped Mona emerge from its COVID hibernation

    How The O helped Mona emerge from its COVID hibernation
    Opening in January 2011, the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona), located in Hobart, Australia, has become a must-see venue for art-lovers worldwide.  View Article
  • Article: International Women’s Day: Diversity, inclusion and supporting women in the tech workplace

    International Women’s Day: Diversity, inclusion and supporting women in the tech workplace
    "We have an amazing group of women at Art Processors, working across all areas. As a company, we're doing all we can to create a welcoming, diverse and inclusive workplace for everyone." View Article
  • Article: Black History Month: Giant Steps in STEM

    Black History Month: Giant Steps in STEM
    The phrase 'Standing on the shoulders of giants' describes our relationship with those who blazed a path before us.  View Article
  • Article: Students spread their wings with Art Processors’ Indigenous internships program

    Students spread their wings with Art Processors’ Indigenous internships program
    Art Processors has proudly collaborated with several cultural institutions to bring to life the vast and rich experience of First Nations peoples across Australia, including our such collaboration View Article
  • Article: Gogo – The digital pocket guide to the new WA Museum Boola Bardip

    Gogo – The digital pocket guide to the new WA Museum Boola Bardip
    A visionary app providing visitors to the new WA Museum Boola Bardip with a unique and highly immersive view of some of that State’s most significant cultural artefacts has gone live. View Article
  • Article: Has this been sanitized? - reaching museum audiences in a post-pandemic world

    Has this been sanitized? - reaching museum audiences in a post-pandemic world
    In collaboration with the Mid Atlantic Association of Museums, Art Processors co-hosted a webinar to explore the challenges and silver linings of reaching museum audiences in a post-quarantine world. View Article
  • Article: Manufacturing success in cultural spaces with Tekt Industries

    Manufacturing success in cultural spaces with Tekt Industries
    For seven years Art Processors has worked with Tekt Industries to develop and manufacture unique electronic hardware offerings that meet the demand of cultural spaces. View Article
  • Article: Creating a bold new Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame

    Creating a bold new Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame
    Art Processors is leading the artistic and digital transformation of The Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame and Outback Heritage Centre – the largest project in the bush icon’s 30-year history. View Article
  • Article: Indigenous storytelling through augmented reality

    Indigenous storytelling through augmented reality
    Over a year, we worked with Indigenous artist Josh Muir to create an artistic and digital journey through the artist's mind. View Article
  • Article: Curating in the digital world: The changing relationship between artists, curators and tech companies

    Curating in the digital world: The changing relationship between artists, curators and tech companies
    Mona’s most technologically ambitious exhibition blends visitor interactions, augmented reality, and The O. View Article
  • Article: Building connections through a world of sound

    Building connections through a world of sound
    “We are staking out new opportunities for people to engage in a moment or a place.” – Jason Renier, sound artist   View Article
  • Article: How Japan Supernatural’s eerie soundscape was brought to life

    How Japan Supernatural’s eerie soundscape was brought to life
    How might an interpretive audio guide enhance the sonic experience of the Japan Supernatural exhibition? View Article
  • Article: Augmenting reality and mining visitors

    Augmenting reality and mining visitors
    Simon Denny: Mine at the Museum of Old and New Art is a technologically ambitious exhibition, blending installation and sculpture with AR, visitor interaction, and real-time data extractio View Article
  • Article: Not just for kids: How Art Processors is helping Mona drive engagement with family-friendly content

    Not just for kids: How Art Processors is helping Mona drive engagement with family-friendly content
    How do you explain art to a child? You don’t—at Mona children interpret the art on display themselves with O Minor. View Article
  • Article: Simon Denny about Art Processors

    Simon Denny about Art Processors
    New Zealand artist Simon Denny talks about working with Art Processors on his first augmented reality piece. View Article
  • Article: David Walsh about Art Processors

    David Walsh about Art Processors
    “The O didn’t so much benefit Mona as create it.” View Article
  • Article: Immersive museum experiences making history contemporary

    Immersive museum experiences making history contemporary
    Technology can play a vital role in giving museum visitors the tools and knowledge to learn the lessons of the past and shape the future. View Article
  • Article: Modernist immersive sound with Art Gallery of NSW

    Modernist immersive sound with Art Gallery of NSW
    Art Processors Sound & Music Supervisor, Becky Sui Zhen was part of a unique performance as part of the Art Gallery of NSW Masters of Modern Art from the Hermitage exhibition. View Article
  • Article: How accessible technology can improve the museum experience for people with disabilities

    How accessible technology can improve the museum experience for people with disabilities
    Museums are increasingly working towards making the visitor experience more meaningful and positive. View Article
  • Article: Sound and visitor engagement: Art Processors team builds its expertise in sound, welcoming artist Jason Reinier

    Sound and visitor engagement: Art Processors team builds its expertise in sound, welcoming artist Jason Reinier
    Creating experiences that move visitors to momentarily lose themselves involves more than visual design. View Article
  • Article: Interpreting the future

    Interpreting the future
    As cultural institutions continue to expand beyond a historical focus and 'look into the future', what are the opportunities and how can we capitalise on these? View Article
  • Article: How the curatorial team at Mona uses 'The O'

    How the curatorial team at Mona uses 'The O'
    "We don’t want to tell people what to think, but we really do want people to think." View Article
  • Article: AAM 2019: Learnings in Digital Immersion and Diversity

    AAM 2019: Learnings in Digital Immersion and Diversity
    What does the near future hold for museums? View Article
  • Article: How to ‘hear’ an artwork

    How to ‘hear’ an artwork
    We worked with Art Gallery of NSW to create a new kind of audio guide for their exhibition of works by impressionist painter John Russell. View Article
  • Article: Waiting game: How we killed off queues at Mona

    Waiting game: How we killed off queues at Mona
    A bad queueing experience—boredom, frustration and anger when someone skips ahead—can impact our perception of what we see at the front of the line. View Article
  • Article: Awakening Knowledge of Australian Aboriginal Communities With Immersive XR

    Awakening Knowledge of Australian Aboriginal Communities With Immersive XR
    An important collection of First Nations belongings has been “awakened” through 3D digitisation, spatial audio, AR and VR. View Article
  • Article: Bringing museums to the classroom with VR field trips

    Bringing museums to the classroom with VR field trips
    Kai Frazier is the founder of Curated x Kai, a tech startup that creates virtual museum visits for children in low-income communities. View Article
  • Article: Intelligent Queuing Technology Key to MONA’s Busiest Month Ever

    Intelligent Queuing Technology Key to MONA’s Busiest Month Ever
    Summer at Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) is always busy, and the most recent one was no exception. View Article
  • Article: Using AR and Cricket Memorabilia to Recreate Moments in Australian Sporting History – Part 1

    Using AR and Cricket Memorabilia to Recreate Moments in Australian Sporting History – Part 1
    What if you could experience a moment in cricket history play out right in front of you using stumps lying around in your backyard? View Article
  • Article: Using AR and Cricket Memorabilia to Recreate Moments in Australian Sporting History – Part 2

    Using AR and Cricket Memorabilia to Recreate Moments in Australian Sporting History – Part 2
    What if you could take a physical set of cricket stumps lying around in your backyard and recreate a moment of sporting history? View Article
  • Article: Interview: DIY Monsters x Code Like a Girl

    Interview: DIY Monsters x Code Like a Girl
    Art Processors Producer Sara Savage catches up with interactive designer Mel Huang and Code Like a Girl co-founder/CEO Ally Watson. View Article
  • Article: Universal Design and its impact on the “Freer Thinking” project

    Universal Design and its impact on the “Freer Thinking” project
    Freer Thinking was designed to cater to four distinct user demographics, based on their location and the accessibility levels set on their mobile devices. View Article
  • Article: A week-long tour of Art Processors’s Australian digital experiences

    A week-long tour of Art Processors’s Australian digital experiences
    "When I started my role as Art Processors Director of Sales for Art Processors in North America, I wasn’t expecting to see anything that new." View Article
  • Article: What does a virtual queue look like?

    What does a virtual queue look like?
    The migration of the queues to the virtual space have clearly had a visible impact on the way people interact with the space and the objects within it.   View Article
  • Article: The Enso Locate Story

    The Enso Locate Story
    Enso Locate was designed by Art Processors to provide indoor location on iOS and Android devices. View Article
  • Article: The Smithsonian Freer Thinking App won a MUSE Award Honorable Mention

    The Smithsonian Freer Thinking App won a MUSE Award Honorable Mention
    Our partnership with the Smithsonian's National Museum of Asian Art won a 2018 MUSE Award. View Article