Unearth stories from the world's oldest living culture with Ngarandi.
Using geolocation and augmented reality the past has been brought into the modern world, immersing users in Indigenous history and culture
Two unique Indigenous AR experiences:
Build a Nawi -
The art of bark canoe building was nearly lost. Now you can build your own nawi.
The Eora Fisherwomen -
The Eora women dominated the waters of Sydney Harbour. Learn to fish how they did.
UX improvements & bug fixes
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I’ve been waiting for something like this
I love hearing more about the true history - indigenous history - and learning more about the land. I hope more and more projects like this take off and develop a comprehensive accessible library of First Nation people stories and knowledge.
It’s so amazing to see our First Nations history at the forefront of the tech world!
App designed by Uk company
I’m looking at this companies profile it is not an Australian company nor is it remotely Indigenous. Isn’t it enough what the United Kingdom has done to aboriginal Australia historically. Now they are trying to develop apps without proper community consultation and sovereignty consultation. Where is the evidence? Abhorrent!
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.