Spot the Surveillance: A VR Experience for Keeping an Eye on Big

iPad

Spot the Surveillance is available with Safari if you set Motion & Orientation Access to “on” under settings. It also works with Brave and Duck Duck Go browsers.

Desktop

A desktop-specific version is available here.
Use hold down your mouse’s left button and drag to move around the scene. Click to identify a device.
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How to Provide Feedback

EFF is seeking feedback on user experience at this stage of the production. We intend to incorporate the feedback and bug reports into a new version available online in approximately April 2019.

We would be very grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete a survey once you have experienced Spot the Surveillance.

Click here for the survey.[7]

About Spot the Surveillance

The project is informed by years of research compiled by EFF through its Street-Level Surveillance project, which aims to shine a light on how police use (and abuse) technology to spy on communities. [8]

EFF’s engineering and design team combined the open-source coding language A-Frame with 360-degree photography to create this project, which is shareable under the Creative Commons Attribution license. The project was supported during its development through the XRstudio[10] residency program at Mozilla.[9]

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