Title

The p[AR]k: An Engagement Between Technology and Landscape Performance

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publication Date

1-1-2020

Publication Title

CELA 2020

First page number:

63

Last page number:

63

Abstract

Project stakeholders can be further engaged with a project by using a tangible medium with technology to generate augmented and measurable outcomes. This study tests the adaptation of the Augmented Reality (AR) sandbox to include performance measurements such as tree benefits, stormwater management, and accessibility in the scope of pocket parks. Tethering malleable media with advance computational modeling can result in a more comprehensive project outcome by revealing the intangible performance of design with graphic information. Augmented reality sandboxes are becoming a more common tool for landscape architecture classes and other studies to understand heightfields of topography as the user manipulates a form of sand media in an enclosed container.

Keywords

Augmented reality sandbox; Landscape performance; Digital communication; Computational modeling; Parametric modeling

Disciplines

Architecture | Computer Engineering | Digital Communications and Networking | Engineering | Landscape Architecture

Language

English


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