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The team at creative technology agency S1T2.


We are a team of adventurous explorers bound by a mission to create stories. From designers to developers, engineers to artists, we use our cognitive and cultural diversity to bring something special to conversations.

We are believers in technology as a means to enrich stories, and we use this belief to solve big challenges. At times this ambition may lead to discomfort, but this is only felt in earnest as your problem is ours to share.

Above all, we love to play, experiment and inspire – to use our hearts and hands to create experiences that are more magical than anything we’ve ever seen before.

Because we never want to forget why, and always want to remember the humanity in everything we do.

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Articles written by S1T2

  1. We’re looking for Mid-level to Senior Game Developers

    At S1T2 we tell stories with new technology. We’re dedicated to finding new ways to tell and experience stories. Our approach to storytelling has led to international recognition of not only our world-class interactive experiences, but our commitment to doing things differently.
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  2. Gamifying food delivery with the Menulog Baller Banquet

    Online food delivery is big business. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Australians were making over 68 million food orders each year. That translates to roughly 7,000 orders every hour, or a whopping $756 million market. And these trends are only set to grow.
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  3. Introducing the Menulog Baller Banquet

    Have you got what it takes to be the biggest baller in town? Now’s the time to find out with our latest campaign: the Menulog Baller Banquet.
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  4. S1T2 x WFH: How we’re making working from home work for us

    Pink outline of house icon on black background.
    Like many companies around the world at the moment, S1T2 has been working from home for a month or so now. For us, this was more of a shift than a change. We’re still doing what we’ve always done, just with a little extra distance.
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  5. Augmented Spaces: How Technology is Enhancing Art Galleries

    Virtual reality headsets, projectors, Nintendo consoles and smartphones are now being used in art galleries.
    With just weeks left to see our interactive touch wall and circular yokai projection at the Art Gallery of NSW, artist Inge looks at how technology is changing the way we interact with art in the gallery.
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  6. Interactive Touch Wall Brings Historic Masterpiece to Life for Japan Supernatural

    Woman looks at animated yokai on the interactive touch wall created by S1T2 for the Japan Supernatural exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW.
    For hundreds of years, Japanese art and storytelling has been captivated by yōkai – supernatural monsters, demons and extraordinary household objects. In Hiroharu Itaya’s narrative handscroll ‘Night procession of the hundred demons (Hyakki Yagyô)’, these spirits come to life in a fantastic parade of mirth and mayhem, wreaking havoc on the human world.
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  7. A Digital Twist on Traditional Art at #JapanSupernatural

    This month, we’ve launched two new artworks with the Art Gallery of NSW as part of their summer exhibition, Japan Supernatural. The show brings you face-to-face with a vibrant array of phenomenal beings – ghosts, goblins and other extraordinary monsters – from the rich spiritual world of Japanese folklore. 
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  8. Creative Collaborator: Emily Mirla Harrison

    Musical compositions are an oft-forgotten art that plays a significant role during storytelling. Without the right composition, audiences can feel disconnected from the intended message. With it, the tone, mood and emotions are amplified through a beautiful crescendo of visuals and sound.
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