A digital immersive experience with thousands of portraits from the Library’s collection alongside portraits uploaded via Instagram from people across NSW .
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An interactive 3D and VR experience of the Mitchell Library, merging point cloud data with the Library’s collection.
Visionaries Explorer, a visually rich interface using 10,902 digitised images, is the result of the Digital Learning Fellowship.
Digital experience, in partnership with Macquarie Group, in the foyer of the banking chamber.
A digital experiment featuring nearly 300 original works by botanical artist Ferdinand Bauer.
This vending machine is a playful collection surprise dispenser. Tweet to @VendingLibrary with #suggest to see what it recommends for you.
17th and 18th century maps from the State Library of NSW’s collection brought to life as interactive 3D globes.
Interactive data visualisation drawing from The Library’s Indigenous language collections.
Young Sydney is a transport mapping experiment comparing 1877 to today.
Time-based visualisation of items people are accessing from the State Library of NSW collection. Created by DX Lab fellows Elisa Lee and Adam Hinshaw.
Pano-scope, an experiment that allows you to explore, in detail, some of the awesome panoramas in the Library’s collection.
Loom is the DX Lab’s first experiment with data visualisation. Experience three different ways to get data from 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.
Prototype built to explore the amount of topics for each image in our Loom data visualisation.
A symphony in steel: 100 photographs of the Sydney Harbour Bridge arranged as a Flickascope revealed in a time-lapse
Mainstreet is the result of a two week Digital Drop In program using the Library’s collection with the Tweed Regional Museum’s collection.
Humphry Repton’s eighteenth century pop up book comes to life with open-source slider technology.