We built a team of technologists and creatives around the project to service the museum’s desire to create an earnest and authentic storytelling experience.
Shot over two days, we facilitated an intimate space for filming luminaries such as Kerry O’Brien, Adele Ferguson, and Hamish Mcdonald. So used to being stoic voices of authority, the invitation to our journalist-contributors was that this would be an opportunity to talk from the heart to an audience in a one-on-one moment.
A soft portraiture treatment to the image, and at lifesize 4K, the subjects appear real when they stand and look you in the eye. To achieve this, our UX and development team built a robust technology solution underpinned by our Storyteller platform. It powered a total of 16K display technology, both in an interactive mode allowing eight concurrent users simultaneously, and a ’broadcast’ mode for school children that enables educators to dial in a linear experience for large groups.
Infinitely configurable, the project has been reimagined at media and marketing events to be transportable, and powered by a user’s phone speaker, rather than relying on on-site AV.