The exhibition spaces at Labyrinth Gallery are presented using WebGL which is a powerful 3D graphics tool that is supported on most of the major browsers on Windows and Mac desktop devices. This technology was chosen in order to provide the viewer with an immersive 3D interactive gallery experience. However, in some cases you may need to change settings on your browsers in order to get the galleries to run.
Depending on your browser, WebGL may already be available by default.
To find out if WebGL is enabled and that your browser is compatible click CheckWebGL. If you don’t see a spinning cube at the previous link, select your browser below and follow the steps provided to enable WebGL:
Chrome offers full support for WebGL on all platforms, so if you’re having trouble running WebGL on Chrome, you simply may need to update the version of Chrome.
If you are using the most recent version of Chrome and are still having trouble, make sure the “Use hardware acceleration when available” setting is enabled in your Chrome settings by taking the following steps:
If you’re having trouble running WebGL in Firefox, please take the following steps:
If you’re still having trouble running WebGL in Firefox on a Windows computer after taking these steps, your graphics driver may the cause of this issue; WebGL is not compatible with certain graphics drivers. If you continue to have trouble, you can either update your driver (Intel, AMD, or NVIDIA), or simply switch to a compatible browser.
WebGL is usually enabled by default in Safari. However, if you are using a computer on which WebGL is deemed a security risk, you may have to enable WebGL manually by taking the following steps:
WebGL is only supported on Internet Explorer 11 and later. If you are running Windows 8 or Windows 7, in order for WebGl to run you will need update your Internet Explorer to version 11.
If you’re running an earlier version of Windows, either update your operating system or switch to a compatible browser.
If after checking all of this and changing or amending your browser setup you are still unable to see the the virtual galleries, all is not lost. The galleries can still be seen by visiting here
Stuttering Audio and slow to navigate in Chrome?
In Chrome check to make sure the ‘Use hardware acceleration when available’ is enabled (Settings-> Advanced->System