BRINGING HERITAGE-LISTED SIGNAGE INTO THE DIGITAL AGE
Australia’s most iconic landmark trusted our team to convert their decades-old, heritage-listed media panels into interactive signage.
Encased in glass, exposed to harsh direct sunlight, and with large portions of the screen being unable to be reached by users, we shunned touch screens. Instead, a touch-sensitive panel allowed tourists to navigate through informative, discovery, and wayfinding content; connecting millions of tourists to real-time information, improving their experience - all while bringing the Sydney Opera House into the digital age.
Maintaining historical integrity with a 21st century, real-time content solution.
+ a little IM magic
(THAT'S SHORTHAND FOR OUR INTERACTIVE MEDIA PLATFORM)
SOH’s API was integrated with our IM platform, allowing content to be created and updated daily, using templates built into the system. Combined with wayfinding maps, accessibility info, and countdown content; the signage kept tourists informed while maintaining the historical integrity and aesthetic of their original signage frames.