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Designing a Room to Heal - Health Facilities Management

Designing a Room to Heal - Health Facilities Management | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it

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Hotels get more creative with digital screens

Hotels get more creative with digital screens | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it
Hotels to guests: Put down your iPads and SmartPhones. There's something much more visually appealing to distract you in hotel lobbies these days. They are digital screens, big and flashy ones, that hotels are
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Does curved furniture make you feel relaxed and hopeful? You’re not alone

Does curved furniture make you feel relaxed and hopeful? You’re not alone | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it

"Efforts to link neuroscience with architecture has begun to gain significant momentum..."

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IllumiRoom Video

On the Slanted you will always find the latest headlines and videos covering games, tech and entertainment. Read more at the: http://theslanted.com Follow us...

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The shipping galleries - A 3D point cloud fly through

Curator David Rooney gives a guided tour of this 3D point-cloud model of the Shipping Galleries. 

Originally opened in 1963, the Shipping Galleries were home to the Museum's maritime collection until 2012, when the galleries closed. Before the 1800 objects on display were moved into storage, a 3D point cloud model of the space was created. 

The galleries held some very significant objects, including the world's first marine gas turbine. This 1947 Metropolitan-Vickers engine was derived from a wartime jet and fitted to an experimental motor gunboat. 

Also on show was the original builders' model of Brunel's famous Great Eastern, once the world's largest ship. This enormous vessel, originally named Leviathan and built on London's Isle of Dogs, was used to lay the first successful transatlantic telegraph cable in 1866. Its launching slip can still be seen on the riverfront following archaeological excavation.

Two billion precise laser measurements were recorded from 275 laser scans of the galleries by ScanLAB Projects. The raw data set is planned to be released publicly this year. 

The video uses just 10% of this raw data, and features a tour narrated by the Science Museum's transport curator, David Rooney."
Further information on the project is available at
http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/about_us/history/shipping.aspx


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A new dimension to virtual and augmented reality applications ... | 4D-Architecture

A new dimension to virtual and augmented reality applications ... | 4D-Architecture | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it
A new dimension to virtual and augmented reality applications. The human eye has tremendous capabilities, but it is limited in its ability to focus on objects placed very near the eye. This inability to focus on near objects has ...

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philips lighting uses LED technology at the toffee factory - designboom | architecture & design magazine

philips lighting uses LED technology at the toffee factory - designboom | architecture & design magazine | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it
a defining aspect of the new 'toffee factory development' is the colorful lighting features implemented using the latest LED technology by philips lighting.

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Could Mobile Technology Help Us Define “Good” Architecture?

Could Mobile Technology Help Us Define “Good” Architecture? | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it
Architecture researchers in Edinburgh have completed a breakthrough study on brain activity recorded in situ by using mobile electroencephalography (EEG) technology, which records live neural impressions of subjects moving through a city.

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How plants at work can improve wellbeing and efficiency

How plants at work can improve wellbeing and efficiency | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it
How plants at work can improve wellbeing and efficiency Financial Times Taylorism also prescribes tight managerial control of the workspace and standardisation of managerial practice and workspace design, in the name of creating “low worker...

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Quince's curator insight, November 18, 2013 10:23 AM

Is your office environment "Green"? This is an easy way to improve the quality of your life.

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Neuroarchitecture: the science of getting your decor in the right frame of mind

Neuroarchitecture: the science of getting your decor in the right frame of mind | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it

"the neuroscience aspect goes much deeper to explore how one’s habitat triggers hormones that add stress, invite calm or stimulate thought"


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Neuroarquitectura

Neuroarquitectura | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it
Arquitectos en diálogo constante con neurocientíficos ya diseñan colegios nuevos con aulas de alumnos, particularmente de primaria, con orientaciones y ángulos diferentes para favorecer las fuentes de luz natural, el diseño amplio de ventanales y paredes, flujos de aire y control de ruido. Son estudios que incluyen ideas acerca de cómo funciona el cerebro y los códigos que trae ese cerebro al nacimiento.
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Seeing the Building for the Trees

Seeing the Building for the Trees | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it
How insights from neuroscience are changing architecture.

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Augmented Structures v1.1 : Acoustic Formations / Istiklal Street

Augmented Structures v1.1 : Acoustic Formations / Istiklal Street Architecture and (Media) Design are art forms that exist independently from one another. Over the last few years they have been growing together.

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Canon Mixed Reality (2013)

Canon USA is launching a new kind of product that blends the real world with imaginary objects via a sci-fi looking headset on 1st March for $125,000. Canon'...

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NettleBox. Virtual holograms

Virtual holograms: The cutting edge of virtual reality 900+ FPS Head-tracking system http://nttl.ru

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How 3D Interactive Vision Can Impact Architectural Design — From ...

How 3D Interactive Vision Can Impact Architectural Design — From ... | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it
I write this article in hopes to inspire such a merger between physical and virtual model-making, where augmented reality models for architecture can take on a three-dimensional interactive viewing system.

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Resonant City: the intersections of art, architecture, technology, the immediate past, enduring present, and possible futures

Resonant City: the intersections of art, architecture, technology, the immediate past, enduring present, and possible futures | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it
Resonant City is an interdisciplinary research collaborative exploring the intersections of art, architecture, technology, the immediate past, enduring present, and possible futures.

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Lighting Trends In Healthcare Design

Lighting Trends In Healthcare Design | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it
Healthcare Design Magazine: Architecture and Interior Design Trends for Healthcare Facilities,Healthcare facility and hospital design news and information for architects, designers and administrators.

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Bigback 's curator insight, November 10, 2013 1:37 AM

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The Real Neuroscience of Creativity | technolit...

The Real Neuroscience of Creativity | technolit... | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it
'The latest findings from the real neuroscience of creativity suggest that the right brain/left brain distinction is not the right one when it comes to understanding how creativity is implemented in the brain.
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Healthcare Design Beyond Hospital Walls

Healthcare Design Beyond Hospital Walls | Neuro Architecture | Scoop.it
Healthcare Design Magazine: Architecture and Interior Design Trends for Healthcare Facilities,Healthcare facility and hospital design news and information for architects, designers and administrators.

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