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BASED AT NORWICH UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS MEMBERS OF THE HUMAN INTERFACES CREATIVE LAB INCLUDE LECTURERS PRACTITIONERS AND PHD STUDENTS FROM ACROSS SUBJECT DISCIPLINES INCLUDING PHOTOGRAPHY DESIGN FILM FINE ART SOUND ARTS ILLUSTRATION PERFORMANCE ARCHITECTURE FASHION AND TEXTILES DIALOGUE CENTRES AROUND QUESTIONS INVESTIGATING THE MULTIPLICITY OF IDENTITY AND WHAT IT MEANS TO BE HUMAN FOR MANY THIS IS CONSTRUCTED THROUGH NARRATIVES HISTORIES AND MEMORIES THESE STRUCTURES HOWEVER ARE NOT TAKEN FOR GRANTED AS COMPLETE OR DEFINITIVE - OFTEN IT IS THE DISRUPTIONS AND SLIPPAGES THE DISCOMFORT AND UNEASE AND HOW IDENTITIES ARE RENEWED AND SHIFTED THAT ARE MOST IMPORTANT.

Help using WebVR

Move around the virtual gallery using touch controls on your VR headset. If you are using a desktop browser, use the W, A, S & D keys for movement and mouse to change the viewing angle. If you are using a handheld device, tilt or swipe the device to change your viewing angle, touch to move forward in the directiob you are looking and unpinch to move backwards.


The Human Interfaces virtual gallery is created with A-Frame, a type of webVR that works on the majority of web-connected VR headsets and modern browsers across common platforms.


For more information about supported devices, take a look at the A-Frame website. For more information about webVR in general, take a look at the WebVR website