Art Processors has a proven track record in building world-class, immersive multimedia experiences. Achieving a harmonious balance between people, place and technology is the guiding principle for all our work.
Formed in Melbourne, Australia in 2011, we opened our first US office in San Francisco in 2014 and currently employ 10 staff. Our team comprises a talented group of professionals with a strong desire to create, innovate and succeed.
Our growing list of local and international clients include J. Paul Getty Museum (LA), Museum of Old and New Art, Australian War Memorial, Melbourne Museum, State Library of New South Wales, and Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Art Processors has considerable expertise in the area of human-computer interfaces. At the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) we invented a new way for the public to engage with art, called ‘The O’, using a context-based interface that provides multimedia content relevant to artworks within close physical proximity to the visitor.
Our in-house research and development capabilities are currently focussed on technologies relating to indoor positioning and context aware computing. Our most recent projects utilise these technologies to create immersive, next-generation audio experiences that respond to a visitors movements within the gallery space. Narration, effects and ambient sounds are seamlessly layered according to the visitor’s location to achieve break-through levels of engagement and satisfaction. The immersive experience is further enhanced with audio-video synchronisation that permits the headphone audio to be accurately synchronised with time-based exhibition displays.
If you would like more information on our service or technology offering, please contact us.