Written and created by Andy Campbell and Judi Alston
Soundtrack by Barry Snaith
Written and developed by Dreaming Methods with funding from Arts Council England and Sheffield Hallam University, WALLPAPER was exhibited at Bank Street Arts in 2015, followed by The Art House in 2016 as part of the Being Human Festival of the Humanities. It is part of a research project called Reading Digital Fiction led by Dr Alice Bell.
Recommended spec requirements: 64-bit PC desktop or laptop running a dedicated graphics card, 8GB RAM and speakers or headphones.
USA-based computer engineer and innovator PJ Sanders returns to his remote family home in the UK following the death of his elderly mother. His agenda: to close the place down and sell it. But not before he employs an experimental device he’s been working on, primed to help him uncover the history behind one particular room in the house – a room that has remained locked since his childhood.
Screenshots and Development Blog
Film from Being Human 2016 (Prototype VR version)
Teasers (original PC installation work)
WALLPAPER 360 MUSIC VIDEO (drag to look around as it plays)
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