Event Title

Computer Based Strategies for Measuring Visual Connectivity and Spatial Integration of Building Layouts

Presenter Information

Mark Richter

Mentor 1

Brian Schermer

Location

Union Wisconsin Room

Start Date

27-4-2018 1:00 PM

Description

I am working with Professor Brian Schermer through the School of Architecture and Urban Planning, to develop a computer based strategy for measuring ideas around visual connectivity, integration, and step depth. In addition, I have been making comparisons in relation to spatial qualities of particular building types. My primary focus is on the development of student unions. This is because there is an immense amount of people who use the union, and large amount of destinations within this particular building type. Using the 3D visibility graph analysis program, I have made connections and began to discover important destinations within the student unions. With unions being so large and complex, I have been figuring out how to make unused, and sometimes limited spaces, a more aware and important destination for students.

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Apr 27th, 1:00 PM

Computer Based Strategies for Measuring Visual Connectivity and Spatial Integration of Building Layouts

Union Wisconsin Room

I am working with Professor Brian Schermer through the School of Architecture and Urban Planning, to develop a computer based strategy for measuring ideas around visual connectivity, integration, and step depth. In addition, I have been making comparisons in relation to spatial qualities of particular building types. My primary focus is on the development of student unions. This is because there is an immense amount of people who use the union, and large amount of destinations within this particular building type. Using the 3D visibility graph analysis program, I have made connections and began to discover important destinations within the student unions. With unions being so large and complex, I have been figuring out how to make unused, and sometimes limited spaces, a more aware and important destination for students.