On ANZAC day, 2018 The Sir John Monash Centre was officially opened. The purpose built Interpretive Centre commemorates Australian servicemen and women who served on the Western Front during the First World War.

Eye Candy partnered with WildBear Entertainment to produce all media content for the centre, with Eye Candy conceptualising and producing the interactivity, animation and computer generated visual effects CGI elements, and WildBear creating the re-enactment and documentary content.

The Eye Candy team produced two interactive orientation experiences, twelve animations bringing archival imagery to life, six bespoke interactive experiences, the interactive interface for twelve documentary screens, forty-two animations and maps which provide context for the documentary content, an animated sequence for the largest transparent screen ever manufactured which floats in front of a weapons display, a motion graphics sequence embedded into a trench diorama, and a ten minute computer generated ‘bullet time’ film telling the story of four tactically significant battles which are presented on a cinematic wall array and matching floor map array measuring a five by five metres each, as well as a custom designed media playback system to drive all the screen based content.

Additional Eye Candy was also responsible for over 250 computer generated visual effects shots across the Centres’ re-enactments.