Posts By Andris

Inside Parliament with Minecraft

Join Tilly and Finn on an interactive adventure as they go on an excursion to the Parliament of Victoria. Explore parliament through the world of Minecraft and mine for answers about our traditions, laws and citizenship. Meet the Presiding Officers, Members of Parliament and other experts who explain how the Parliament of Victoria works.


Working over recent weeks in the science foyer at Wesley College Melbourne – we’re now in the final stages of installing a flexible, temporary exhibition area. One of the exciting features in this space is an overhead, electronic kaleidoscope. Students will have the opportunity to create content for display in the kaleidoscope.

Andris Pinnis

Andris Pinnis

Team Leader Andris has provided the creative and administrative backbone to some of Australia’s largest multimedia and exhibition projects. He brings over 30 years experience in product and graphic design, film, video, slide/tape and interactive multimedia to the project. However it is Andris’ strategic thinking and general communication skills, which are his real strength. His passion for exciting and meaningful projects is the stuff from which the group’s innovative and energetic culture is carved. With an extensive background in education, Andris’ experience has been applied to all forms of interactive media delivery.

City Simulation Game

What if you were responsible for managing the future of a major city that suffered from poor public transport conditions, low water levels and hospitals in dire need of improvement? What decisions would you make, who would you consult and how would you allocate funds?

Chattabox Video Kiosk

Imagine having the ability to interact directly with your audience. To be able to gather honest feedback about your product and find out exactly what’s on your client’s mind.

Australian Racing Hall of Fame

A visit to the Australian Racing Hall of Fame at the National Sports Museum, encapsulates our country’s lifelong love affair with horse racing. Visitors are invited to discover Australia’s racing history through a variety of sensory experiences.

“Getting In” Interactive Theatre

The boat is cramped and smells dank, as you huddle with your wife and small child alongside the other refugees. All around you babies cry out and the sick try to control their hacking coughs. The journey from your home country has been long and treacherous and you speak very little English, but you cling to the hope of a better life for you and your family.

Supply Chain Knowledge Centre

As you stand at the supermarket checkout and watch the person behind the register scan your items, have you ever given any thought as to how those items get to the supermarket shelves in the first place? GS1 Australia’s, Supply Chain Knowledge Center, allows members and visitors to experience all aspects of the supply chain including manufacturing, warehousing, transport and retail operations. This immersive exhibit features a multimedia simulation game that allows visitors to play the part of trading partners in a model supply chain, and to see the flow of electronic messaging that underlies modern commerce.


With the advancement of the Internet, video games and television, engaging young people in learning has many new challenges. Young minds have a thirst for knowledge, but in order to keep up with competing interests, it is vital that information is delivered in an exciting and memorable way.