As Charles Bean returned from the war in 1919 his vision of how the Australian “war memorial museum” would look is captured in a single sketch. The building, an imposing neo-classical structure, would serve to house the war memorial collection and provide a place to understand the experiences of the Australian soldiers as well […]
Ortelia Interactive Spaces in partnership with the Australian Discovery Orchestra (ADO) are proud to have created an immersive 3D space for ADO audiences to explore the music and background stories behind Aaron Copland’s orchestral suite, The Tender Land. Read more…
We are pleased to announce the release of Ortelia Curator and Space Builder version 1.3. In addition to the new updates we have also released 26 new props and a new theatre space for Ortelia Set Designer. Updates and Enhancements List. Ortelia Curator Added ability to show wall colours in […]
Ortelia Interactive Spaces is pleased to announce an exciting collaboration with Kevin Purcell to create an innovative 3D interactive story telling experience. Ortelia’s task is to provide the technical know-how and development required to bring our client’s vision to reality. We are working closely with the creative authors to help them understand […]
In this issue of the Ortelia Newsletter we look at two upcoming exhibitions designed using Ortelia Curator. Read our May newsletter here.
Ortelia Curator launched today as part of the National Touring Initiative today! Today Michael Rolfe CEO of Museums and Galleries New South Wales in partnership with The National Exhibitions Touring Support (NETS) Australia officially launched Ortelia Curator as the tool of choice for gallery curators at the Fifth National Public Galleries […]
Following on from the great success of the Mobile Museum project Ortelia returned to New Ireland province in Papua New Guinea in October of 2014. On this trip Ortelia delivered software and training services to allow local communities to capture and document cultural heritage objects and art in 3D. The […]
Ortelia is set to go back to New Ireland this month to build on the success of the Mobile Museum project. After the enthusiastic response to the Mobile Museum project Ortelia is returning to New Ireland to deliver training in aquisition and creation of digital 3D objects for use in […]
In 2012 Ortelia was commissioned by the Film and Media Studies group from the School of English, Media Studies and Art History (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences) at the University of Queensland to develop the Cultural Atlas of Australia interactive website. We have formally handed over the completed project to our clients. Read more here.
Below is a summary of Ortelia items in the press for 2013. Material World: The Mobile Museum Pilot Project by Patrick LAVIOLETTE CCTV News – CNTV English: Papua New Guinea’s bygone carving art goes 3D Associated Press Archive: (TT) AUS 3D REPRODUCTION