Artificial Pedestrians for Analysing Perception of Urban Space
Kolloquium Angewandte Informatik
This project investigates how the visual characteristics of urban space have an impact on human emotions, and explores how some of the underlying neural mechanisms could be simulated. In an interdisciplinary collaboration between architecture, computer science and neuroscience a top-down approach (how to test and measure the impact of the surrounding architecture on the emotional system) is discussed in contrast to a bottom-up approach (how to design an artificial agent that could express emotional responses similar to that of a human in the same environment). The project proposes a “Robopedestrian Approach” to design analysis where humanoid robots are employed for bridging between computer simulations and the real world.
(Dr. Stephan Chalup)
Start: 23. November 2012 um 14:00
Ende: 23. November 2012 um 15:00
Im Gebäude 11.40, Raum: 231
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