VR FOR MUSEUMS & GALLERIES
Take audiences to new worlds and provide new levels of engagement. Using virtual reality, visitors can have unforgettable experiences and interact in ways not possible with current displays.
Recent VR EXHIBITS
Adelaide VR Racing Experience
We recreated the Adelaide Grand Prix circuit of the 1980's and 90's in this fast paced VR racing experience. Visitors to the National Motor Museum in Birdwood South Australia can play this interactive exhibit racing to clock the fastest lap time (current record is 1:05:365). The exhibit features a racing cockpit with steering wheel and pedals providing a realistic driving experience.
Location: National Motor Museum, Birdwood, SA
Platform: Windows, Oculus Rift CV1
Adelaide Oval Virtual Cricket
We have created a bespoke virtual reality cricket experience for Adelaide Oval in which users experience batting at this historic oval. We have built four virtual reality displays using the HTC Vive. The Adelaide Oval ground has been recreated including stands and historic scoreboard.
Location: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide. South Australia.
Platform: Windows PC, HTC Vive
Bush Mechanics Driving Experience
As part of the 2017 Bush Mechanics exhibit the curators at the National Motor Museum approached Novus Res to develop a bespoke driving experience based on the classic 1990's TV show 'The Bush Mechanics'. Working with Mark Thompson the Bush Mechanics Driving Experience was created providing an entertaining and interactive experience in which users must solve problems and build make shift car parts to complete the experience.