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Spatial qualities in architectural design cannot be fully evaluated solely by observing geometrical constructs without reference to inhabitants placed inside. However, imagining what happens to those inhabitants and appreciating their movement is difficult even for trained architects. This thesis proposes a computational method for visualizing animated(More)
This paper proposes a computational method for visualizing animated human reactions to physical conditions that are described in a synthetic architectural model. Its goal is to add a sense of place to the geometry, and augment the representation of its spatial quality for designers and audience. Spatial qualities in architectural design cannot be fully(More)
This talk presents results of a case study from a course called "History of Games" offered at the School of Art + Design at New Jersey Institute of Technology. After analyzing various traditional board games and their mechanics, students explore the possibility of producing their own original board games by altering various existing game structures through(More)
This report concerns an 18-year-old boy who is hemizygote for Fabry's disease. Varying degrees of nonpulsating headache crises, lasting from a few hours to several days, began when he was 16 years of age. Painful crises in the extremities, characteristic of Fabry's disease, were not present. Although only occasional, he had several episodes of throbbing(More)
This talk presents results of ongoing research and educational collaboration between the School of Art + Design (SoA+D) and the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) at New Jersey Institute of Technology. This collaboration began when researchers from BME became aware of a series of projects by digital design students from SoA+D producing virtual games(More)
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