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Negotiating Real and Unreal Experiences of Light

September 12, 2017 |

Because of the charming, interesting and colorful effects that can be generated by light, there has been a long history of developing research on light, trying to find ways to first define it and explore it further. Reflection, refraction, and … Read More

Kinetic Feedback between Performing User and Performing Machine

September 11, 2017 |

In interactive architecture, kinetic performance and actuators play an important role. The first consideration is how to propel the kinetic structure and subsequently evaluate the movement once it is in motion. The aim of this thesis is to … Read More

Detecting human facial expression by common computer vision techniques

September 10, 2017 |

Today anyone can purchase technology that can measure, quantify, and record human biometric data. Wearable or portable sensors like ‘Fibit’ detect and track heart rates, steps taken, glucose levels, water quality, genomes, microbiomes and turn them into electronic data [1]. … Read More

An investigation of bio-sensing technologies to infer states of affect

September 7, 2017 |

The business world has increasing interest in expanding biosensing technical knowledge for self-monitoring and self-tracking, leaving research firmly within the domain of wearable computer, wearable sensors and biometrics. Moreover, an increasing number of people use wearable devices and … Read More

Transformable structure in a responsive performing machine

September 4, 2017 |

The design project initiated with an interest in finding how the built environment affects human’s emotion and an idea of opening a conversation between the built surrounding and the state of mind of the person who inhabits in … Read More

ViaLumo: The Gesture ”LI” Guided Sensory Light Installation

September 3, 2017 |

“Existentially essential knowledge is not primarily a knowledge moulded into words, concepts and theories. In human interaction alone, 80 per cent of communication is estimated to take place outside the verbal and conceptual channel. Communication takes place … Read More

Real-Time Object Tracking Systems

August 20, 2016 |

“We live in a complex world, filled with myriad objects, tools, toys, and people. Our lives are spent in diverse interaction with this environment. Yet, for the most part, our computing takes place sitting in front of, and … Read More

Light Caustics with Pneumatic Elements

August 2, 2016 |

Despite being distinct subjects, light and inflatable architecture share common ground in refraction and space. In 1960s, large volume of inflatable architectures has been built, favored by high-strength, light-weight and low maintenance of new membrane materials. Can inflatable architecture alone … Read More

Adaptive Architecture & Spatial Management

February 13, 2016 |

Introduction

Architecture should be a “living, evolving thing.” John Frazer, a designer, educator and researcher, proposes it in the book ‘An Evolutionary Architecture (1995)’. For the traditional architecture, the building is an immutable entity space for human habitation. It is … Read More

Inside Out

February 9, 2016 |

Title image:Transient from Pablo Gnecco

The main method of non-verbal interaction between individuals and the environment is re-channeling, namely the ability of collecting the data from the subject and turn it into the signal that can be demonstrated by the medium … Read More