Flinders Quarter

 

Take an immersive self-guided journey through the streets, laneways, heritage buildings and local businesses of Flinders Quarter as a collection of new and existing art is brought to life with augmented reality (AR).

 

Encompassing a diverse collection of artworks over multiple sites, the Flinders Quarter Augmented Art Walk features works by celebrated Australian artists including Vexta, The Huxleys, Adele Varcoe, Alex Mitchell, Chelsea Gustafsson, Jacob Leary and Sutu (Stu Campbell). Each of the featured artworks comes to life through digital animation and sound on mobile devices via the Eyejack app (free to download for iPhones and Android).

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Chloe, the famed nude portrait that has graced the walls of the Young and Jackson pub on Flinders Street since 1909, is also part of the project. Images of envelopes containing love letters from soldiers float around Chloe, when viewed through a phone screen.

Prosthetic Reality @ The Galeries

The Galeries commissioned EyeJack Augmented Reality artworks to create an exhibition as part of their campaign, The Artists’ Playground ’17 for Art Month Sydney. The exhibition featured works from artists around the world which come to life with sound and animation when viewed through our EyeJack app.

The Galeries selected works from our flagship product, the Prosthetic Reality AR book. The artworks were presented throughout The Galeries in various formats, from massive hanging frames to window and floor decals. We also added a gaming element to the activation, encouraging players to unlock all the augmented artworks with the chance to win prizes from selected stores at The Galeries.