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id cf2009_533
authors Tahrani, Souha; Moreau, Guillaume
year 2009
title La perception de l’espace urbain par la réalité virtuelle; Perception of urban space through virtual reality
source T. Tidafi and T. Dorta (eds) Joining Languages, Cultures and Visions: CAADFutures 2009, PUM, 2009, pp. 533- 546
summary Urban environment is a “sensible” space; it can manifest itself to our senses through the process of perception. The comprehension of the relation between man and his environment requires a study of spatial perception and its modes of interpretation. This paper proposes to study the perception by using the Virtual Reality (VR) technologies as a tool of qualitative analysis. The study presents an exploratory analysis of visual perception in a real urban path and its virtual modeling. It shows the potentials of virtual environments in the qualitative assessment of urban spaces.
keywords Perception, virtual reality, mental image, urban space
series CAAD Futures
email souha.tahrani@gmail.com
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