Digital Suppliers List for Museums and Galleries

A list of suppliers for anyone planning to use digital technologies to enhance the galley or museum experience.

Developers and Designers

Acoustiguide works with museums, galleries, heritage and tourist sites internationally to create content that educates and entertains.

Art of Multimedia
Art of Multimedia (AOM) develops and delivers cultural and environmental heritage interpretation, community engagement and education, marketing and promotion, organisational change management and training as well as eLearning.

Interactive Visitor Guides – have developed audio tours and visitor guides for the Australian Museum, Australian National Maritime Museum and the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences.

Brandi Projects
Brandi Projects is a multi-disciplinary team specialising in creating innovative, interpretive and interactive exhibits, themed spaces and displays.

Digital interactives and touch screen storytelling.

Datacom IT
3D scanning and digitization of historical collections.

Float 4
Float4 is a studio who weave digital experiences into physical spaces to amplify their identity. They design and produce site-specific interactive multimedia installations.

Flying Fish
Producer of museum and science center exhibitions offering services from design & fabrication to sales & marketing and global tour operations.

Hark Design
Hark Design is a multidiscipline creative studio working in areas including: graphic design, identity, branding, strategy, marketing communications and user interface design, spatial environment design, exhibitions and displays, experiential marketing.

Designers and producers if experiences in theatre, exhibitions, events & public art

Technology company with a focus on building creative and practical technology solutions

Ortelia provides exhibition design software and audience engagement applications to the cultural heritage sector

Wezit works across multiple devices to offer a creative experience before, during and after the visit

Andrew Yip
Andrew Yip works in immersive reality and cultural heritage visualisation.

Technology Suppliers

Amped Digital
Australia’s official BrightSign provider

Apple Australia
Apple has a business team which can work with businesses on larger orders, they can set up discounts and personalised online storefronts. They can also help with things like device management and device enrolment programs.

AV Australia
Online store for AV tech.

EXC, formally known as Exhibition Centre, offer the full gamut of signage and display production; from design through to delivery and installation including VR and augmented reality.

Google Cardboard
A VR experience starting with a simple viewer anyone can build or buy and using smart phones.

InTouch Screens
Touch screen solutions attract attention and empower your visitors to learn about, and engage with your exhibits for a truly immersive and memorable learning experience.

A simple video playback system for screens, televisions or projectors.

Max Box
Google Cardboard branding supplier

Raspberry Pi Australia
Raspberry Pi discussion board and supplier

Collections Management Software

Collections Mosaic


KE Software


Please note this is not an exhaustive listing but a place to start researching suppliers for your digital project. M&G NSW does not endorse any suppliers on this list and suggested additions or recommendations from the sector are welcomed.