CumInCAD is a Cumulative Index about publications in Computer Aided Architectural Design
supported by the sibling associations ACADIA, CAADRIA, eCAADe, SIGraDi, ASCAAD and CAAD futures

PDF papers
id caadria2019_428
authors Wang, Brandon, Moleta, Tane Jacob and Schnabel, Marc Aurel
year 2019
title The New Mirror - Reflecting on inhabitant behaviour in VR and VR visualisations
source M. Haeusler, M. A. Schnabel, T. Fukuda (eds.), Intelligent & Informed - Proceedings of the 24th CAADRIA Conference - Volume 1, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, 15-18 April 2019, pp. 535-544
summary Technology inevitably evolves and develops rapidly in the modern era, industries and professions continue to strive in integrating, adapting and utilising these advancements to improve, optimise and improve the process of design to manufacture to the user experience. One such system that fits into this category is the advent of Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. The numerous possibilities to which these visually and spatially immersive systems opportunities for immense innovation often lacks direction or an ultimate goal thus rendering this piece of software to often be little more than a visualisation tool.This paper recognises the unique position that VR allows and seeks to interrogate and deconstruct current, traditional design processes to better utilise VR in aiding and reinforcing the idea of partial testing of ideas and concepts throughout the design cycle. Different sciences such as psychology, processes and automation from computational design and considerations within software development will be employed and injected into the broader architectural context in which this research presides. In addition to the VR headset, eye tracking external hardware are integrated to develop a seamless tool and workflow that allows us, as designers to better interrogate clients behaviour within our designed digital representations which leads to validations, evaluations and criticisms of our actions within the architectural realm.
series CAADRIA
full text file.pdf (686,009 bytes)
references Content-type: text/plain
Details Citation Select
100%; open Beatty, JB (1982) Find in CUMINCAD Task-evoked pupillary responses, processing load , Psychological Bulletin, 91, pp. 276-292

100%; open Buettner, RB, Daxenberger, BD, Eckhardt, AE and Maier, CM (2013) Find in CUMINCAD Cognitive Workload Induced by Information Systems: Introducing an Objective Way of Measuring based on Pupillary Diameter Responses , SIGHCI 2013 Proceedings

100%; open Buettner, RB (2013) Find in CUMINCAD Cognitive Workload of Humans Using Artificial Intelligence Systems: Towards Objective Measurement Applying Eye-Tracking Technology , KI 2013 Proceedings, Koblenz, Germany

100%; open Buettner, RB (2014) Find in CUMINCAD Analyzing Mental Workload States on the Basis of the Pupillary Hippus , NeuroIS 2014 Proceedings: Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014, Gmunden

100%; open Csikszentmihalyi, MC (1990) Find in CUMINCAD Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience , Harper & Row

100%; open Dorta, TD and Marchand, EBM (2017) Find in CUMINCAD Immersive retrospection by video-photogrammetry UX assessment tool of interactions in museums, a case study , Proceedings of eCAADe 2017, Rome

100%; open Innes, DI, Moleta, TJM and Schnabel, MAS (2017) Find in CUMINCAD Virtual Inhabitation and Creation: A Comparative Study of Interactive 1:1 Modelling as a Design Method , Conference: DADA 2017 International Conference on Digital Architecture: "Digital Culture", Nanjing

100%; open Kvan, TK (2004) Find in CUMINCAD The Dual Heritage of CAAD Research , International Journal Of Architectural Computing, 2, pp. 11-17

100%; open Maver, TM (1995) Find in CUMINCAD CAAD's Seven Deadly Sins , CAAD futures Digital Proceedings

100%; open Sussman, AS and Hollander, JBH (2015) Find in CUMINCAD Cognitive Architecture: Designing for How We Respond to the Built Environment , Routledge, New York

100%; open Wang, BW, Moleta, TM and Schnabel, MAS (2018) Find in CUMINCAD The Virtual Mirror: Cognitive Loads in VR and VR Visualisations , Computing for a Better Tomorrow, 36th Annual Conference on Education and research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe (eCAADe2018), Lodz, Poland

100%; open Zenon, AZ, Sidibe, MS and Olivier, EO (2014) Find in CUMINCAD Pupil size variations correlate with physical effort perception , Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience

last changed 2019/04/16 08:25
pick and add to favorite papersHOMELOGIN (you are user _anon_778898 from group guest) CUMINCAD Papers Powered by SciX Open Publishing Services 1.002