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Virtual Reality

A collection of articles about virtual reality.

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Virtual Reality

How Computerized Contact Lenses Can Make You Think Differently About Architectural Design

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Maria Lorena Lehman

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Founder — Sensing Architecture ® Academy

As technologies continue to advance, building occupants are becoming capable of more and more. It began with the introduction of the computer, then went onto the smart phones, and now on the forefront are augmented reality technologies — one of which carries with it far-reaching implications.

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Enhancing Occupant Experience with 3D Mobile Augmented Reality (Video)

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Maria Lorena Lehman

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Founder — Sensing Architecture ® Academy

Such mobile devices can be not only a great way to pool information about your occupant(s) “status” within your building, but can also serve to help you design new adaptive systems within your building in entirely new ways. Just imagine the more personalized experience and better collective effect your architecture can give them.

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The Future Impact of Augmented Reality

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Maria Lorena Lehman

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Founder — Sensing Architecture ® Academy

Augmented reality and other virtual digital displays can revolutionize they way we interact within architectural spaces. When sitting in your office, experiencing a museum or simply learning in school, occupants already use digital media to carry out even the most basic of tasks. Just imagine what the evolution of augmented reality can do.

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5 Reasons Augmented Reality is Good for Architecture

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Maria Lorena Lehman

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Founder — Sensing Architecture ® Academy

Architecture is getting better at connecting — linking you to more environments, information and people all over the world. Augmented reality is a big reason why. You see, technologies that cater to augmented reality will act as ‘portals’ that link you to information, communities and destinations in real-time. Such advances are changing the way you experience architecture, both aesthetically and functionally.

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Applying Virtual Reality to Museum Exhibits

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Maria Lorena Lehman

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Founder — Sensing Architecture ® Academy

Museum exhibits are getting evermore technologically advanced and virtual reality is one of the latest trends. Of course, virtual reality can be immersive, interactive or both.

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Maria Lorena Lehman is a visionary author, designer, and educator from the United States. Maria holds a Bachelor of Architecture with Honors from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and a Master in Design with Distinction from Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

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Design Process

Design that Reaches for the Impossible

By pushing environments to do more for occupants, you will delve further into uncovering the nuances behind what your building occupants need, both in the short-term and long-term. As you research in this manner, you will see ways for your design to reach higher synergistic levels by envisioning your design in greater detail.

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Top 3 Ways to Leverage Technology When Designing

As an architect, it is important to guide your tools in a way that helps you see deeper into your designs. Yes, using 3D visualization tools do help you to make your initial design vision more tangible. But how can you go beyond this, to leverage technology to better formulate and analyze a concept during your design process?

Video Whiteboard Lectures

Use Computation as a Catalyst for Architectural Innovation

This micro-lecture aims to get you thinking about how computation can be used strategically — to act as a catalyst that fuels more sophisticated and innovative design solutions. In fact, this micro-lecture showcases four key ways that computation can integrate into your design process to help throttle your design vision further to help improve your architectural innovation.