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Home Front interactives

A series of interactives about Australian life during the First World War.

Client:National Museum of Australia
The Schuler iPad interactive running in the museum
The Schuler iPad interactive running in the museum.

We worked alongside the National Museum of Australia to create a series of interactives for the Home Front exhibition, exploring life in Australia during the First World War.

We developed a number of interactives for the exhibition. Highlights include Under the Microscope, a fascinating touchscreen piece examining ant specimens collected by German Hans Overback who spent four years in Australia’s two largest internment camps.

Additionally, we built two iPad interactives: one exploring war photographs taken by Melbourne Age correspondent Phillip Schuler, and another giving visitors the chance to browse the 1915-1916 Myer catalogue.

Under the Microscope

We built a touchscreen interactive allowing users to explore the ant specimens on display in the museum
Screenshot of the ant interactive

Glorious detail

Myrmecophobes beware! Users can swipe through a plethora of high-resolution photographs of the ant specimens
Screenshot of the ant interactive

iPad interactives

We built iPad interactives to supplement the physical exhibits
Screenshot of the iPad interactives