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living-room 2

Applicant Galantay Roderick
Number 107607
Funding scheme DORE project funding
Research institution Abteilung Innenarchitektur IN3 Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst HGK-Basel
Institution of higher education University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (without UTE) - FHNW
Main discipline Arts
Start/End 01.04.2005 - 30.09.2007
Approved amount 200'000.00
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Keywords (13)

Computer aided Design; Augmented Reality; Software Design; Visual Tracking; Medicinal Augmented Reality; Multimedia; mixed reality; experience design; habitat; hybrid space; wearable vision; sensory perception; immersion

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Research Team: Jan Torpus, Roderick Galantay, Bennet Uk Project Name: living-room2 Project Duration: 01.08.2005-31.04.2007
Funding: DoRe

Taking a familiar space of everyday life as a starting point, ‘living-room2’ intends to explore how Augmented Reality could be integrated into our daily life. ‘living-room2’ intends to create scenarios for a future experience of domestic hybrid reality spaces.

‘living-room2’ focuses on the following two main research questions:
Which elements could be replaced by the virtual or the ‘real’ in a reliable way?
How could parameters as visual, sound, interior design, aesthetics, interaction / interface design and narrative be developed to connect virtual and ‘real’ space?

The research achievements of „living-room2“ are:

1. Development of an AR-system, optimized for a design research questions.
2. Development of complex scenarios to study design approaches and user behaviour.
3. Development of a Design-Vocabulary for room-oriented AR-scenarios.
4. Development of a Designer’s Toolbox for education and further development of scenarios.

Direct link to Lay Summary Last update: 21.02.2013

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Number Title Start Funding scheme
101157 Living-Room 01.01.2003 DORE project funding
130672 The Use of Biofeedback For a Human-Centred Approach to Improving Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging 01.04.2010 Interdisciplinary projects

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