An overview of the aims, timeline, methods, research collaborations, and outcomes of the Emotions3D project.
Tangible and virtual objects are sites of competing and often conflicted emotions. Find out more about how cultural heritage artefacts elicit emotions which cluster around a single theme, or produce an entire spectrum of responses from one individual even within a single context.
A key component of the Emotions3D research project was to experiment with digital curatorial techniques to enhance user interactivity and affective engagement in three-dimensional, digital and online contexts. Find out about some of the ways the resource was deliberately curated to shape the way we respond to objects in the collection.
Further promotional and media links for the Emotions3D project.