The Governor tries his hand at Virtual Reality at Last Pixel.

Movie Magic, District Court Swearing in, and an update from RASWA

The Governor visited Last Pixel, a small visual effects, animation and visualisation company in Northbridge for a tour and demonstration. The Governor was invited to step into virtual reality to experience some of the company’s projects, including construction, emergency training and the set of a movie now available for streaming on Netflix.

Company Director, David McDonnell, and the Governor spoke about the desire for a dedicated large scale studio space in Perth.

Photo - The Governor is shown a virtual reality video use for training staff for a mining emergency.

Swearing in – Commissioner of District Court

The Governor welcomed Mr Michael Collins to Government House to be officially sworn in as Commissioner of the District Court at a special ceremony in front of family and guests.

Officials in attendance included Chief Judge of the District Court her Honour Judge Julie Wager, Solicitor General Mr Joshua Thomson and Director of Higher Courts Mr Mike Celenza.

Photo - Mr Michael Collins performs his oath and signs official documentation in order to undertake the role of Commissioner for the District Court by the Governor.

An update from the Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia

The Governor received a call from David Thomas, President of the Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia (RASWA), to hear of their plans for 2022.

Photo - The Governor meets with David Thomas, President of the Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia (RASWA).

RASWA, of which the Governor is a patron of, work to help ‘bridge the gap’ between city and country WA by showcasing the many and varied achievements of rural Western Australia.

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