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About

 Deakin Motion.Lab is the leading provider of commercial and creative solutions in the field of movement-based art and technology.
Founded in 2006, Deakin Motion.Lab is a Melbourne-based creative consultancy that intersects research, art and technology to deliver state-of-the-art innovative solutions. Bringing movement, performance, data and creativity together, Deakin Motion.Lab provides movement-based creative technology for a wide range of industries, including games, events, film, advertising and performance solutions.
The team is a highly-experienced collective of artists, designers and programming leaders who specialise in trans-media fields including virtual reality, augmented reality, performing arts, previsualisation, animation and motion capture services.
Check out some of our award-winning commercial work here, meet the team, or contact us to discuss how we can help with your projects.

Commercial Services

Our team is a highly-experienced collective of artists, designers and programming leaders who specialise in transmedia fields including virtual reality, augmented reality, performing arts, previsualisation, animation and motion capture services.
Check out our Alchemy Pipeline to see how our intuitive, fully integrated production pipeline can enhance your television, film, or game project.
Contact us to discuss how our technical and creative services can enhance your project.
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Research Work

In 2016, the Deakin Motion.Lab was named one of Deakin University’s Strategic Research Centres. The Deakin Motion.Lab – Centre for Creative Arts Research expands the original membership and brief of the Deakin Motion.Lab to address the changing contexts of digital art, movement technology and studio-based creative arts research.
The centre is based within the School of Communication and Creative Arts and collaborates closely with Deakin University’s Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation (IISRI).
See the work of DML-CCAR’s Researchers and research projects, or check out the latest news and events from the Centre.
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