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2016 Update!

05 May 2016 / 0 Comments / in Uncategorized

Ai3D have busy! We are now fully immersed in the Virtual Reality world also. Get in contact for a demonstration as it needs to be seen to be believed! You can see what we have been up to over the last few years on our Vimeo and Youtube pages. Ai3D Vimeo Ai3D Youtube Our older […]

Brisbane app puts city’s past in people’s hands – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Brisbane app puts city’s past in people’s hands Updated Sat 22 Feb 2014, 1:04am AEDT A team of Brisbane animators is using old photographs to develop a smartphone app that will allow people to take a virtual stroll through the history of the city’s streets. Josh Bavas Source: 7.30 Queensland | Duration: 5min 32sec via […]

Animators recreate Brisbane’s historic streets with virtual reality program – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

By Josh Bavas ABC IMAGE: 3D Recreation: 108-120 Edward Street in Brisbane. (Photo courtesy of Nat Harrold, Ai3D) A small group of 3D animators is digitally recreating historic streets of Brisbane and building them into a virtual reality program. They are trawling through historic records and photographs to get an accurate description of what the […]

Ai3D complete beta testing of their Steamship Simulator

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For more information, click this 180 degree panorama from the simulator’s virtual world below: Overview of the virtual environment:

Brisbane Underground Train Project Gets Federal Government Backing

31 May 2013 / 0 Comments / in Uncategorized

The new rail line would be constructed deep below the city streets. Brisbane’s underground rail project has the support of the federal government, but the opposition wants more details on its cost before committing to the project in the lead-up to the 2010 election. A spokesman for federal Infrastructure Minister Anthony Albanese said the government […]

Forum hears of grand plans to boost business in Strathpine | The Courier-Mail

31 May 2013 / 0 Comments / in Uncategorized

The rejuvenation of Strathpine CBD is underway with businesses, stakeholders and residents proposing a raft of new schemes to boost trade. via Forum hears of grand plans to boost business in Strathpine | News, events and sport for Pine Rivers and Moreton Bay | The Courier-Mail.

All aboard new wave of history Tasmania News – The Mercury – The Voice of Tasmania

31 May 2013 / 0 Comments / in Uncategorized

A highlight of the centre’s new interpretation space is the steam ship simulator which provides a virtual experience of captaining a 1910 ship into the Mersey River in stormy conditions. Centre co-ordinator Margaret Griggs said the centre was now attracting locals as well as tourists. “The simulator really is a highlight,” she said.   via […]

Tasmanian Museums Australia Events Blog – Bass Strait Maritime Centre

28 May 2013 / 0 Comments / in Uncategorized

Bass Strait Maritime Centre The Devonport Maritime Museum has a new look and a new name Bass Strait Maritime Centre. The official opening held last month was attended by 250 people. The new museum boast a totally new simulated experience where you not only captain the steamer, but also face some of the hazards and […]