we make AR
We've caught the attention of Australia's Prime Minister with our cutting edge app 'Indigital Storytelling'.
We use drones, 4D mapping software, image recognition technology and cultural law to bring the world's cultural sites alive through augmented reality.
Our app works anywhere on planet earth without the internet. Users actively support Indigenous Communities - 50% of profits are returned to Country.
At the request of Senior Traditional Owners on Country AR experiences are place based only.
For those who can't travel see below.
of our app
Indigital are working with Senior Artists from Bininj Kunwaral and Children’s Ground, Wurdurd Garriyigarrmerren in Kakadu National Park to bring a new dimension to 6 bark ochre dreamings that will be available soon in a fine arts quality augmented reality mini art series and high quality Tshirts.
This is the first project of it's kind, uniting ancient Kakadu culture with cutting edge digital technology.
The project team are excited to ruffle feathers, smash glass ceilings and demonstrate how
Indigenous Peoples' can take a lead role in the digital economy.
The 6 piece mini art series will retail for $75AUD with 50% of profits being shared with the artist. There are a limited number of signed sets available tof $100.
Tshirts retail at $49.95 with 50% of profits shared with the artist.
The card set will be available soon.
Senior artist Neville Namarnyilk and Tahlia Namarnyilk use the Tshirt and app to hear the story of Namande.
Photo Credit : Bindi Isis.
Meet The Kakadu Team
Abel Naborlhborlh is a Burdoh man from Manmoyi, Western Arnhem Land. He is a senior artist and cultural educator with Bininj Kunwaral and Children’s Ground, Wurdurd Garriyigarrmerren in Kakadu National Park.
Abel has painted 'Modjarrkki Dreaming'
Damien Kamholtz is a visual artist and arts eductor. He is the Creative Arts co coordinator with Bininj Kunwaral and Children’s Ground, Wurdurd Garriyigarrmerren in Kakadu National Park.
Graham Rostron is a Baraba man from Korlorbirrahda, Western Arnhem Land. He is a senior artist, song man and cultural educator with Bininj Kunwaral and Children’s Ground, Wurdurd Garriygarrmerren in Kakadu National Park.
Graham has painted "Centipede Dreaming'
‘Hezekieh was born in Darwin and grew up in Madjinbadi and
Manaburduma. He went to school in Jabiru. At school his favourite
subject was art. When he was a student one of my paintings sold to
someone in Melbourne.
Hezakieh has painted 'Snake Dreaming'
Teacher, communications specialist and Indigenous Educator, Lia is volunteering at Indigital from Montreal. Lia has been working on product presentation.
Mark Djandjomerr is a Bolmo man from Marlkowo, Western Arnhem Land. He is a senior artist, song man and cultural educator with Bininj Kunwaral and is the Co-Director of Children’s Ground, Wurdurd Garriygarrmerren in Kakadu National Park.
Mik initiated this project to showcase what is possible (to quote Neville!) "when the oldest traditions can utilise the latest digital innovation" and to bring digital inclusion and income to the community she lives in.
Neville is an artist, musician, song man and dancer. He works as a tour operator with Guluyambi Cultural Cruises on the East Alligator River and conducts language and cultural studies with Children’s Ground.
For Neville painting is an opportunity for him to pay respect to his ancestors and their way of life; in particular the memory of his father.
Neville has painted 'Namande'
Robert is a senior painter and a ceremony man. He has a lot of knowledge. He and his brother Neville were taught by the old people and now they lead ceremony for the young ones, to show them and to pay respect.
Robert has painted Siamese Namande'.