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SyracuseCoE Hosts Forum on Hybrid-Reality for Environmental Design
SyracuseCoE will present a forum on “Hybrid-Reality for Environmental Design ” from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 19.
In an era where smart cities, intelligent buildings and responsive environments will be expected to equally adapt to the built environment and to the building occupant, the development of new design tools and energy feedback systems are critical for predicting the aesthetic and performance impacts of our future buildings and cities. How will architects, engineers and city planners visualize and integrate the quantitative and qualitative effects of dynamic energy flows in accordance with adaptable systems and diverse human preferences?
Assistant professors Bess Krietemeyer and Amber Bartosh (School of Architecture) and interactive artist and software developer Lorne Covington (NOIRFLUX) discuss “Hybrid-Reality for Environmental Design” through the lens of ongoing design research at the SyracuseCoE Interactive Design and Visualization Lab and at the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology.
For more information, visit the SyracuseCoE website.