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inSIGHT

Pociüte, Sigita LU (2017) AAHM10 20171
Department of Architecture and the Built Environment
Abstract
inSIGHT began as an exploration of the future relationsip between
virtual world and physical archiecture. It ended up being a proposal of an augmented reality platfrom for digital manipulation of physical
transparency.

Augmented reality (AR) is a fairly recent development in technology and not everyone is very well aquainted with it. Therefore research of the evolution of parralel realities as well as AR hardware is an important part of the project and its foundation.

From the research, an idea of digitally manipulating physical visibility with the help of augmented reality emerged. Still, visibility is a broad term and could cover a lot of spatial definitions and variations. A number of them are being explored.

Eventually,... (More)
inSIGHT began as an exploration of the future relationsip between
virtual world and physical archiecture. It ended up being a proposal of an augmented reality platfrom for digital manipulation of physical
transparency.

Augmented reality (AR) is a fairly recent development in technology and not everyone is very well aquainted with it. Therefore research of the evolution of parralel realities as well as AR hardware is an important part of the project and its foundation.

From the research, an idea of digitally manipulating physical visibility with the help of augmented reality emerged. Still, visibility is a broad term and could cover a lot of spatial definitions and variations. A number of them are being explored.

Eventually, transparency is chosen as a focal inSIGHT transformation and is further explored and simulated.

inSIGHT has the potential of being revolutionary because of its adaptability (space that is visible can be adjusted and changed instantly), personalization (visible space can be easily adjusted according to each user's needs) and multi-functionality (several users can be in the same physical space, yet see the space they choose to). The digital platform does not aim to replace physical world and would be unable to if it tried. It rather suggests new ways of interacting with the built environment with the help of the digital world. (Less)
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author
Pociüte, Sigita LU
supervisor
organization
course
AAHM10 20171
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
augmented reality, transparency manipulations, architecture, space, digital space
language
English
id
8926817
date added to LUP
2017-12-11 14:49:49
date last changed
2017-12-11 14:49:49
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  abstract     = {inSIGHT began as an exploration of the future relationsip between
virtual world and physical archiecture. It ended up being a proposal of an augmented reality platfrom for digital manipulation of physical
transparency.

Augmented reality (AR) is a fairly recent development in technology and not everyone is very well aquainted with it. Therefore research of the evolution of parralel realities as well as AR hardware is an important part of the project and its foundation. 

From the research, an idea of digitally manipulating physical visibility with the help of augmented reality emerged. Still, visibility is a broad term and could cover a lot of spatial definitions and variations. A number of them are being explored. 

Eventually, transparency is chosen as a focal inSIGHT transformation and is further explored and simulated. 

inSIGHT has the potential of being revolutionary because of its adaptability (space that is visible can be adjusted and changed instantly), personalization (visible space can be easily adjusted according to each user's needs) and multi-functionality (several users can be in the same physical space, yet see the space they choose to). The digital platform does not aim to replace physical world and would be unable to if it tried. It rather suggests new ways of interacting with the built environment with the help of the digital world.},
  author       = {Pociüte, Sigita},
  keyword      = {augmented reality,transparency manipulations,architecture,space,digital space},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {inSIGHT},
  year         = {2017},
}