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Geographical Research of Landscape Perception

April 25 @ 11:00 am - 12:15 pm EDT

Geographical Research of Landscape Perception

Delve into the Human Experience of Landscapes at “Geographical Research of Landscape Perception” in Brooklyn

Landscape architects, geographers, and anyone interested in the interplay between humans and their environment shouldn’t miss the “Geographical Research of Landscape Perception” event in Brooklyn. This session explores the fascinating realm of virtual reality and its potential to enhance our understanding of landscape perception.

The event delves into the innovative use of virtual landscapes created with virtual reality technology. By immersing participants in simulated environments, researchers can examine how people perceive and interact with different landscapes. This approach offers valuable insights into factors like aesthetics, functionality, and emotional response, ultimately aiding in the design of more user-centered and sustainable real-world landscapes.

This Brooklyn event promises a thought-provoking discussion led by experts in the field. Explore the potential of virtual reality not just for research, but also for education, public engagement, and participatory design. Gain insights into the ethical considerations surrounding virtual reality research and the future directions of this technology in shaping our understanding of landscape perception.

Join the conversation and explore the cutting edge of landscape research! This event is ideal for anyone interested in understanding how we experience and interact with the world around us.

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NYU CUSP
370 Jay Street Brooklyn
New York, NY 11201 United States
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