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authors MacPherson, Deborah L.
year 2004
title PERCEIVING DESIGN IN VIRTUAL SPACES
source Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference of Mathematics & Design, Special Edition of the Journal of Mathematics & Design, Volume 4, No.1, pp. 271-281.
summary People used to illustrate our ideas by hand and now we use machines. But we still can’t search through all the world’s drawings and ideas by proportion, aesthetic, and a list of measurements and space requirements. Suppose there was a new way to communicate with our machines that would allow design and other subtle relationships to be measured, compared and perceived using the design intent and viewers interpretations themselves as descriptions? In the future, using a system like this will eventually create so many designs, interpretations, patterns and spaces to choose from the questions become: how would design be perceived within these virtual spaces; and how might our aesthetics change due to this new dialogue with machines?
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email deborah.macpherson@cox.net
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