Digital Fiction Curios

Andy Campbell

Digital Fiction Curios

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After a hundreds of hours in the making, our collaborative Virtual Reality project with Sheffield Hallam University ‘Digital Fiction Curios’ is finally released.

Digital Fiction Curios is a unique digital archive/interactive experience for PC and Virtual Reality. The project houses works of electronic literature created in Flash nearly two decades ago by artists Andy Campbell and Judi Alston of Dreaming Methods, One to One Development Trust‘s award-winning in-house studio.

Given the current Coronavirus situation we’ve made Curios available to download for free – or ‘pay what you feel’. Visit to find out more.

Curios is an immersive experience that will appeal to anyone interested in or studying electronic literature, digital art, gaming, digital curation, or anyone who is simply looking for a much-need teleport to a magical alternate reality. It’s designed for VR but also works in ‘VR emulator mode’ on PC and Windows touch screens.

From fragments of words held in glass bottles to sprawling dreamscapes, Curios offers an immersive glimpse into Dreaming Methods’ signature world of dream-inspired narratives, living texts and lost realities.

Looking to create an online archive or virtual museum? Send us an enquiry.


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