Immersive Space Programme Augmented Reality Experience

• beacons & IPS  • photogrammetry

• 360° video production  • 360° video streaming


©2017 Plan BETA Limited

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• developing iSPARX for the Immersive Space Programme


>> Lost Boys Digital
[ digital team based @ the Bunker + TAG the Agency] 

Finn Beattie

- HoD digital

Taranaki (NPBH) Finn is a founder of the Lost Boys, the digital department of the Immersive Space Programme.  Finn is Head of Digital, has assumed the role of COO & maintains a Directorship in the Immersive Space Programme.
Massey University, Bachelor of Design, Spatial.

James Norling

- lead technical

Lower Hutt born & breed, recent graduate from Massey University, Bachelor of Design, Spatial.  James is a founder of the Lost Boys, the digital department of the Immersive Space Programme.  James is the Lead Technical of Digital & will be CTO of the Immersive Space Programme.
Massey University, Bachelor of Design, Spatial.  

Ethan Wimsett

- lead creative

Taranaki (NPBH) Ethan is a founder of the Lost Boys, the digital department of the Immersive Space Programme.  Ethan has a Creative role in the Immersive Space Programme & will manage media production when a studio is developed.
Massey University, Bachelor of Design, Spatial.  

Sammy Macher

- intern 3D modelling / video

Studying Design Innovation, Media at Victoria University Sammy has recently immigrated from Germany.  Passion in film production & proficient in animation & 3D modelling.

>> Plan BETA operations [ @ the Bunker ]

Joff Rae

Te Atiawa, Taranaki


Line Producer / PlanBETA  |  based @ PlanBETA bunker

Producer & Creative / New Media Artist with international cognisance in experiential media, arts & entertainment / developer of creative projects / & maker of iconic events.

/ active in Wellington, Auckland, Melbourne & elsewhere / of Ati Awa / from Aotearoa / live in New Zealand / reside in Wellington / work from home, office & studio / creative by any means necessary! / Guilty of ART!//


operations manager (hiring)

Operations Manager / Agent / Administrator /

Operations Manager role is to ensure that all aspects of our integrated marketing campaigns & events are successfully delivered to the client.

This role is also responsible for the fiscal health of the program and for communicating effectively with the team and the client.

>> Production Team [ PlanBETA - WLG & AKL ]

Audrey Holyoake

admin & designer / director PlanBETA

The Bunker

Audrey has qualifications in Visual Communication & skill as a designer & artist; talent in painting chairs & weaving harekeke; & valuable administration & executive PA experience of events, tours & venues.

Oscar Holyoake

Te Atiawa, Taranaki

360° editor; SFX / Alpha State


Qualified in Digital Media, Animation & Digital Video Oscar develops & delivers content & visuals (LED & OB) for events & sports with Monstavision Techfront.

Aaron Hobman

production manager / director PlanBETA


Production Manager & Director at Plan BETA Arron is production manager for major events (Homegrown, WCC Waitangi Day) & a key supplier for several large scale tour, concerts & major events.

Cole Holyoake

Te Atiawa, Taranaki

industrial & front end design / Alpha State

The Bunker

Bachelor of Design Innovation, Industrial Design from Victoria with a Post Grad Diploma in front end web development Cole is acknowledged for talent & skill in graphics & design..

Jos Wheeler - director / dop / documentary maker & photographer / DoP; Pierre Purdue - account manager; Zen Joseph - account manager; John H Morrison - location manager; Isaac Patterson - UAV / 360° camera operator; Roger Jay Johnson - account manager; Mac Te Ngahue - education & culture; Tavita David Saena - documentary maker / director / location manager; Chris CK Payton - audio engineer; Darryl DLT Thompson - music producer / artist / activist.  Contractors are located across New Zealand predominantly Auckland & Wellington but also Dunedin, Nelson, Hawkes Bay & Rotorua.  Other featured & regular contractors are based in Melbourne, Sydney, Los Angeles, Singapore & Paris + PlanBETA engages several reputable artists globally...


Shelley Kopu

Te Atiawa, Taranaki


Shelley Kopu is the Employment Relations Manager and Legal Counsel at ASB Bank in Auckland.  In a career that has spanned more than 20 years she has held senior management positions in large private companies, law and accountancy firms.  A member of the Institute of Directors she is a Trustee of the Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust, a Tui Ora Director & Director on the board Papa Rererangi i Puketapu (PRIP) New Plymouth Airport.


Reuben Friend

 Pākehā, Ngāti Maniapoto


Reuben is the Director of Pātaka Art+Museum in Wellington – one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s highest visited regional institutions that specialises in Māori and indigenous art from the Pacific rim. From 2009 to 2013 Reuben was the Curator of Māori and Pacific Arts at City Gallery Wellington and in 2014 he was appointed to the position of Exhibitions Officer at Logan Art Gallery in Brisbane, Australia. He has curated numerous exhibitions with many leading artists from Australia, Aotearoa New Zealand, Canada and the Pacific. He has a Masters in Māori Visual Arts and Post Graduate Museum Studies qualifications from Te Pūtahi ā Toi School of Māori Visual Arts at Massey University in Palmerston North. 

Suzanne Tamaki

Te Arawa, Ngāti Maniapoto and Tūhoe

artist / event specialist

Suzanne is an Event Specialist & Producer for the Wellington City Council - also contracted as Maori Arts Advisor.

Suzanne Tamaki is a New Zealand fibre-based artist of Te Arawa, Ngāti Maniapoto and Tūhoe descent. She operates under the label Native Sista and was one of the founding members of the Pacific Sisters.  Informed by indigenous concerns of Aotearoa, New Zealand, Tamaki’s jewellery, fashion and photography portrays a reclamation of colonised spaces.

Shane James

Muaupoko (Rangitane, Te Ati Awa, Te Arawa, Ngai Tahu)

curator / kaitiaki

Shane is kaitiaki (guardian) of the Maori collection at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa - Collections Manager.

Artist Shane James, Muaupoko (Rangitane, Te Ati Awa, Te Arawa, Ngai Tahu) draws on extensive travel and experience with other cultures to pursue his own cultural identity through art.
“Experiencing the rich culture of other people has helped build an appreciation of their culture, and also of my own” he says.

Ati Teepa


event specialist / producer

Ati is the Public Engagement Facilitator & Event Specialist at Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.

Ati Teepa is Tuhoe and lives in Te Upoko o te Ika a Maui.  Raised in Ruatoki on his many marae, he credits falling off horses and going ‘up the bush’ with his dad and uncles as the best schools he ever went to.

Matt Coleman

agent / account manager

Matt has had over 25 years experience in entertainment/sports and technology sectors and launched the augmented and virtual reality company Magnify World in 2014. ( The company offers expert industry advice in AR/VR and offers a range of solutions in this growing industry.

Matt has been a regular on stage moderator and has recently been presenting in Shanghai at the Yangpu Innovation forum as a guest of the local district government alongside Ali Sports.

Kevin Smith

solicitor & legal representation.

Wellington based lawyer Kevin Smith has represented Plan BETA Limited since incorporation & now acts for Immersive Space Programme Limited.  He has broad knowledge in commercial law & provides a basis to company decisions on intellectual property, agreements & contracting including licensing.


Jason Gleason


CEO and co-founder of Eight Wire, a data exchange software service.

Coming from a business intelligence background, Jason was frustrated with the challenges and risk of moving information between technology systems. Eight Wire was founded to give governments and financial services organisations a secure and flexible method to share information. This has led to delivery of a cloud-hosted SaaS product that meets the technical, political and security needs of the worlds largest enterprises.




media production

A destination for event & media rich content - we produce + event / image / design//

Plan BETA help clients inspire spectacular & engaging experiences: events, promotions, design, digital, print & engagement; innovators in exhibits, social & mobile, location & moving image. >> online / offline / live / interactive//



Lost Boys Digital

Digital 3D & 360° build


With projects at Te Papa, AbTeC (Canada) & major public events involving huge AR subjects & VR installations the Lost Boys team has established a presence... a fresh startup the Lost Boys have spent a year as interns on projects from Mahuki (Te Papa incubator) & Plan BETA while completing degrees & eventually taking a residency at Toi Poneke.  The residency was an opportunity to develop the basis of a business that would contribute independently to the Immersive Space Programme by Plan BETA.


Alpha State

Cole Holyoake Design & indie[prod]:OscarHolyoake

+ design graphics, web & industrial.

+ editing & video SFX; 360° video & media production, after effects & SFX.

+ audio & LX; studio production.




Immersive Space Programme Limited

Company number : 6296047

NZ Business Number : 9429046165220

Incorporation Date : 01 Jun 2017

Total Number of Shares: 1500
Extensive Shareholding: No

Shareholders in Allocation:


Allocation 1:
300 shares (20.00%)


Allocation 2:
300 shares (20.00%)



Allocation 3:
300 shares (20.00%)


Allocation 4:
300 shares (20.00%)



Allocation 5:
300 shares (20.00%)


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Immersive Space Programme & iSPARX is a collaborative effort...


Plan BETA has independently developed the basis of the iSPARX product & has advanced the production process for 360° video & immersive media with Alpha STATE Limited & other sub contractors (3SIX0DEGREES Limited) including database & front end R&D & demonstration media.  Furthermore the company has developed streaming 2D & 360° video on multiple platforms & in AR & VR (Unity); established publishing & licensing; established & developed content websites; & maintained & developed relationships with suppliers & clients.


The Lost Boys provide iSPARX with 3D models & asset development including templates & practical examples.  The independent company Lost Boys Limited operate with autonomy in the GLAM sector & retain an interest in iSPARX; the company specialise in 3D asset production & development of standards & processing for the iSPARX platform.