We work with you directly to understand what you want to achieve. We consult with industry and draw on sectoral and government data to create opportunities for competitive advantage.
We use an evidenced based approach to deliver what you need to be successful. We ensure projects are delivered on time and on budget.
With extensive experience in teaching and training, research, product development, policy and leadership we provide solutions for transforming learning environments, ensuring educational quality and creating innovative technology applications.
Dr Mark O'Rourke
Mark has undertaken numerous roles in educational leadership and has international research and development expertise in games-based learning and immersive training technologies. He has extensive experience in academic development, governance, policy formation and projects involving educational technologies.
Juanita specialises in developing bespoke LMS-integrated and technology enhanced literacy programs. Juanita is currently researching the workplace dynamics of embedding language and literacy support within discipline-specific curriculums and has comprehensive experience in facilitating professional development in this area.
Dr Stefan Schutt
Stefan specialises in working with communities on technology projects. He has particular expertise in online storytelling and serious games, is an experienced qualitative researcher and evaluator, and an innovation mentor for digital agencies. Stefan co-owns roleplay simulation startup vPlay and is co-founder of The Lab.
Oztron create software and hardware solutions that help improve the human condition. Creating exceptional digital solutions for a wide range of clients and purposes for over 11 years.
The Serious Games Group is a collective of practitioners and researchers who develop and research computer games-based education and training solutions.
vPlay is an innovative software platform that helps learners develop both their people and technical skills through simulated role plays with virtual characters. Virtual characters respond to students’ responses with a variety of complex programmed reactions, as created by course administrators in an easy-to-use interface. vPlay is accessible through any web browser.