Wynlens - Visual, Analysis & Modelling of a Holographic City

Imagine being able to look into the future, take a walk through a more developed Werribee City Centre and admire all that the city has to offer. Now it’s possible.

The use of holographic mixed reality is one way Wyndham is radically transforming the way we do things. Mixed reality is the merging of real and virtual worlds to produce new environments where physical and digital objects co-exist and interact.

In a first for any government in Australia, Wyndham City is using this technology to present a three-dimensional vision of our future city and lay the foundation for a revolutionary decision support tool.

Urban visualisation helps stakeholders make important decisions and understand different city scenarios.

The mixed reality platform is capable of displaying three-dimensional models of the city and overlaying landscapes, infrastructure, customer and Internet of Things (IoT) data and has been designed for limitless deployment and sector wide adoption.

The platform is designed for collaboration and engagement and allows all stakeholders to explore urban smart cities in an incredibly novel and beneficial way.  In essence, it is the key to converting data into information and intelligence.

Today, this technology is being used by our urban planners and economists to understand planned developments and for investment attraction purposes. Tomorrow, the possibilities are limitless.

The holographic view allows stakeholders to see first-hand what the future holds for our city. Developers have the ability to see all that the city has to offer, decision makers can plan better, and residents can share their thoughts on the future. 

Our work in the holographic space has only just begun – a space, we feel Wyndham can and should lead to transform our service delivery.



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