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id caadria2004_0
authors Lee, Hyun Soo and Choi, Jin Won (Eds.)
year 2004
title CAADRIA 2004
source Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia / ISBN 89-7141-648-3 / Seoul (Korea) 28-30 April 2004, 983 p.
summary Having as topic for the conference the tile with keywords such as culture, technology, and architecture, we were expecting to find out the relationships among those three domains, and how they are interrelated in this fast growing information society. This triangular relationship has been established based on the increasingly noticeable paradigm shift from traditional computer-aided design research in architecture to research in diverse areas such as virtual environments and communities and interactive smart spaces, including the consideration of sociocultural aspects along with the technological issues. Making virtual environments focuses on creating a new, yet virtual world where people can inhabit or visit for diverse purposes. The virtual architecture becomes a medium for diverse communications as well as digital contents for the new media industry. For example, virtual heritage projects introduce a new way of preserving historic buildings and sites. At the same time, interactive smart spaces often combine two different worlds: real and virtual worlds. Growing digital technologies enables us to create intelligent physical spaces where computers are ubiquitous and invisible in space, and thus human beings can interact with architectural spaces, not necessarily with computers directly. At this point, issues on virtual reality (VR) and human computer interactions (HCI) become architects' and designers' concerns in socio-cultural aspects. The proceedings of the Nineth International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, presents 74 papers which were selected from the 131 submissions through a blind review of 58 international reviewers. Each submission was reviewed by three reviewers and the final acceptance was based on their recommendations.
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