Inspired by the Atmosphere. See the Invisible†
AbstractThis paper is proposed to investigate procedures which can deal with graphic formalize of numeric data relating to climatic and environmental conditions. In a scientific domain characterised by prevalence of mathematical models and statistical surveys, the possibility of making images as such becomes an additional tool for morphological research of architectural solutions influenced by environmental conditions. This methodology, along with new augmented reality technology, actually, promotes new way of dealing with the project immediately highlighting defects and weaknesses: as architectural pre-visualization has always been the architect’s domain, today, pre-visualization of environmental data becomes a useful tool for design.
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Rossi, D.; Grifoni, R.C.; Marchesani, G.E.; Rosa, M. Inspired by the Atmosphere. See the Invisible. Proceedings 2017, 1, 906.
Rossi D, Grifoni RC, Marchesani GE, Rosa M. Inspired by the Atmosphere. See the Invisible. Proceedings. 2017; 1(9):906.Chicago/Turabian Style
Rossi, Daniele; Grifoni, Roberta Cocci; Marchesani, Graziano Enzo; Rosa, Marco. 2017. "Inspired by the Atmosphere. See the Invisible." Proceedings 1, no. 9: 906.
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