After the success of the Voyager app, the same framework was applied to another development for Mirvac, this one called St Leonards Square.
Again this was build with AIR, Starling, Signals and Robotlegs. Some subtle changes were made with how the menu works so you can see at a glance where you are and what was selected to get you there.
Watch a demo of this app below.
My first live project working for Mirvac.
This interactive is a touchscreen that is displayed in the display suites and used as a sales tool for Mirvac staff to show all the features and options of the development.
It is built using AIR, uses the Starling framework for great performance. Other frameworks and libraries used included Robotlegs, Signals and Away3D.
A lot of content was required to be packed into this application. Sitting with a designer at Mirvac the menu system has been reworked from previous outsourced projects. So far users have been happy navigating through it and being able to jump to other sections with ease.
One of the most used features of the app is the ability to load different finishes of bathrooms or kitchens and compare them by swiping left and right.
Here is a video of it and some of the content being displayed in action.
Spirit Of Anzac Centenary Experience is massive exhibition to commemorate the 100 years of service provided by the ANZACs.
From the video above you can see that it was a huge project that came together through hundreds of hours from many exceptionally skilled people of various backgrounds.
My role was to develop an iPad application that showed the Menin Gate, of which you can read about here – Wikipedia
The app gives the used a 360 degree view inside the gate. It then also let the user scroll through other memorial sites.
It was developed on iPad using AIR and the Starling framework.
It made up part of this area of the exhibition.
I also had a smaller part to play in assisting with the development of another app where people could pivot the app in and old style camera to find more information of those in the photo on the wall.
I have not had a chance to view the exhibition, but it is travelling around Australia and ends up in Sydney in April 2017. If you would like more information on the exhibition you can visit www.spiritofanzac.gov.au.
Once again, thanks to Pete Shand for the photos.