EXPLORE OUR EXPERIMENTS
Explore the works of Ferdinand Bauer in Painting by Numbers
Meridian brings collection maps to life in a 3D interactive globe.
Muru View is an interactive data visualisation drawing from The Library’s Indigenous language collections.
Young Sydney is a transport mapping experiment comparing 1877 to today.
Loom is the DX Lab’s first experiment with data visualisation. Experience three different ways to get data from the Library’s collection.
Pano-scope , an experiment that allows you to explore, in detail, some of the awesome panoramas in the Library’s collection.
Portico an in-gallery touch screen experience accompanied by a web version was built for the exhibition ‘Imagine a City: 200 years of Public Architecture in NSW‘.
1001 Postcards an experimental WebGL interface using over 1000 postcards from the Library’s Broadhurst collection.
Weemala – explore Indigenous place names and meanings located on a map via letters and surveys collected about each place in NSW.
Mainstreet is the result of a two week Digital Drop In program using the Library’s collection with the Tweed Regional Museum’s collection.
Index is a prototype built to explore the amount of Topics for each image in our Loom data visualisation.
Humphry Repton’s eighteenth century pop up book comes to life with open-source slider technology.
A symphony in steel: 100 photographs of the Sydney Harbour Bridge arranged as a Flickascope revealed in a time-lapse