In exciting Last Seen news, the voice skill concepted and developed by The Studio at SCA, Alkira and Publicis Worldwide for Queensland Eye Institute Foundation’s exhibition to save sight has been nominated for this year’s Webby Awards in the Apps, Mobile and Voice category. 

Soundscapes were customised to individual paintings, inspired by participants’ dearly held memories. Attendees were able to observe the paintings, read about the stories, all whilst listening to the soundscapes, enhancing the sensory experience of the exhibition. 

The voice skill also details the stories behind the artworks, information on each artist and the work of the Queensland Eye Institute Foundation. Even though the exhibition is over, the skill is still live. To listen, say “Ok Google, talk to Last Seen Exhibition” on any Google Assistant enabled device. 

Please follow the link below and vote for “Paintings that speak” if you’d like to see Last Seen take out the Webby Award for Apps, Mobile and Voice!