“SSS11 is the opportunity to discover about the latest developments on space syntax, to discuss with people from all over the world, to share your own work and to learn from others. It is the meeting point for everyone working with space syntax or with an interest in the field.”
Under research for OLA Project on Environmental Analysis, the presentation will analyse and demonstrate results on space perception and how visual cues, such as landmarks, may influence the way people move in a given space. The main goal addressed in this research was to compare people’s movement in the real world with their movement in a replicated virtual world, and study how landmarks influence their choices when deciding among different paths.
Where and When:
- Location: Gulbenkian Institute – Auditorium 3
- When: 6th of July at 4.00 pm (Local time)
Registrations for the SSS11 are open!