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authors Calderon, C., van Schaik, P., and Hobbs, B
year 2000
title IS VR AN EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION MEDIUM FOR BUILDING DESIGN?
source Proceedings. Virtual Reality International Conferences 2000, Laval, France 18-21 May 2000 (pp 46-55)
summary This paper is concerned with the effectiveness of the use of Virtual Reality (VR) to inform the early design stages of construction projects. The investigation has developed a new experimental methodology for assessing building designs and an enabling tool “ASSET”. A first VR model of a building has been produced as a vehicle for evaluating the methodology and ASSET and, incidentally, influencing the design of the building. An experi-ment has been completed to assess if design constraints have been fulfilled.
keywords Building Design, Communication, Users, VR Technologies
series other
type normal paper
email carlos.calderon@ncl.ac.uk
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