Augmented Reality journey begins at Geelong Gallery

Posted 20 February 2020

Augmented Reality journey begins at Geelong Gallery

A digital tour guide has arrived at Geelong Gallery. Introducing : Orby.

Designed for both individuals and groups, Orby takes visitors on a captivating, augmented reality journey through the Gallery to learn more about the works of art on display.

These engaging tours explore key works from the Gallery’s collection including Eugene von Guerard’s, View of Geelong 1856. Frederick McCubbin’s, A bush burial 1890, Danila Vassilieff’s Children Playing, Collingwood c. 1937 and Christian Thomson’s Untitled (Banksia leaf) 2007.

Orby’s user interface was designed with accessible features including audio descriptions and subtitles that can be customised with a dyslexia-friendly font.

Pick up an iPad from the Visitor Services desk and start exploring.


Daily from 10-5pm


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