Seven Peninsula sites have been digitally brought to life to give residents and visitors a range of augmented reality experiences from Portsea to Rosebud.
In Rye, immerse yourself in Mika Husser’s Fisherman mural at the new Napier St Plaza. In Tootgarook, see the Dolphins and Old Wives murals by Sheldon Headspeath come alive with drawings of marine creatures by Capel Sound Kindergarten children and Tootgarook Primary School students.
In Blairgowrie you can see humpback whales swimming around you, and you can play with a virtual kite on the Rosebud foreshore. In Sorrento and Portsea you’re invited to step back in time and imagine what the streets were like more than 100 years ago.
Mornington Peninsula Shire Mayor Despi O’Connor said: “Augmented reality animations create a delightful experience for the public and are accessible to anyone at any time. This is a fun initiative using digital technology to provide the community with unique experiences and new ways to interact with our public art and spaces.”
You can view and interact with the animations and soundscapes via your smart phone or tablet – all you have to do is download the free EyeJack app or scan the QR code at the site. Click here for the full list of experiences and locations.