Jihen Jallouli

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Wind turbines (WT) are socially controversial because of their visual and acoustic impacts on landscape. Virtual reality (VR) is here proposed - thanks to immersion and interaction potentialities - as an immersive and multisensory approach in order to assess WT impacts. For that, a comparison between a real park and the same virtual one is needed to(More)
Nowadays, where public projects are more and more committed to sustainable development, the user perception become a determinant factor for the decision-making process. This paper targets to evaluate the use of an immersive, multisensory and interactive method based on virtual reality (VR) system in order to study human behaviour and perception. Today,(More)
Wind turbines (WT) are socially controversial because of their visual and acoustic impacts on landscape. The issues remain on one hand, the technical and objective point of view for subjective impacts; and on the other hand the separate static study of visual and acoustic aspects when landscape is multisensory and dynamic. Virtual reality (VR) is here(More)
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