Interactive Design

Interactive Digital Design

Redback Productions can project manage, script, produce/direct your Hologram, VR (Virtual Reality), Projection Mapping, Effects Lighting, Apps and Touch or Motion production.
The Adelaide House interactive touch and learn display was designed to tell the stories of Adelaide House. Titled "If These Walls Could Talk.... Stories of Adelaide House and its People" has been designed around the look and feel of Adelaide House. The content is made up of the following categories;

  • Building Design & Construction
  • The Opening
  • Nursing Staff
  • Babies Born Here
  • Original Furnishings
  • Nursing in the Never-Never

The user is able to scroll text , pop up images to a larger view, navigate next/back, whilst the Nursing Staff and Babies Born Here has Search functionallity that includes by name, year or full list.

Redback Productions scripted, produced 2 x Virtual Reality Stories of the RFDS.

Story 1 you relive the true experience of patient Gene Hildebrand.

Story 2 you see what its like to fly with an RFDS Pilot.

Redback Productions designed and developed for the Darwin Aviation Museum an Interactive Airfield Map Display.

Visitors are be able to touch and learn about the WWII Airfields of the Northern Territory on an 80" touch table. The touch display allow's for simultaneous users.

Pop ups can be rotated and drag across the screen allowing for multiple pop ups to be opend.

The museum staff are able to edit/add/manage the content via a desktop app and upload it to the touch display.

Redback Productions design and developed two touch learning applications for the Royal Flying Doctor Service Tourist Facilities.

Touch and Learn
40" touchscreens allow visitors to touch and learn about the history of the RFDS Aircraft and the Women of the RFDS.

Touch, Play and Learn
Kids can learn about the RFDS through a touch game and touch painting that can be emailed to home.

Redback Productions created an Audio Tour App for Crocosaurus Cove.

The app is designed for both Android and Apple. Visitors are able to download the free app using the complimentary Wi-Fi hot spot, situated inside of the park, at the start of the 'Croc Feet' trail. 

The app allows visitors to choose one of 5 languages and listen to an audio description at one of 20 location beacons around the facility. The app also provides for direct access to the devices camera for taking of photos without closing the app.

1. English
2. Chinese Simplified
3. French
4. Italian
5. German

The English version also caters for a kids version.


Redback Productions designed the light show demonstrating the story of water bringing life to desert country.

Redback Productions project designed and managed, scripted, produced content and design of the lighting for this new and exciting tourism facility - "Two Iconic Territory Stories in One Iconic Location".  The Royal Flying Doctor Service Darwin Tourist Facility - Stokes Hill Wharf.

The stories are of the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the bombing of Darwin Harbour. "See, experience and learn through the wonder of technology as this facility brings history to life".

The facility includes;
Life size story telling holograms of John Flynn and Rear Admiral Etheridge Grant | Interactive story telling ghost hosts of Prime Minister John Curtin, Japanese Pilot Hajime Toyoshima, Alfred Traeger and Nurse Kathy | A decommissioned RFDS Pilatus PC 12 aircraft | Virtual Reality of the bombing of Darwin Harbour | Life size replica Japanese Zero aircraft | Replica Val bomb | Replica of Camilla the Flying Boat | Window of 1942 comes to life | Touchscreen Portals | Pedal Radio | Story Boards | Photographic Imagery.

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