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A new concept of perceptual fidelity to augment virtual urban environments with microclimatic ambiances

Toinon Vigier 1 Guillaume Moreau 1 Daniel Siret 1 Laurent Lescop 2
1 CERMA - Centre de recherche méthodologique d'architecture
AAU - Ambiances architecturales et urbaines : UMR 1563
2 Groupe d'Etude et de REcherche Scénologique en Architecture - Gersa
ENSA Nantes - École nationale supérieure d'architecture de Nantes, MCC - Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication
Abstract : Whereas virtual reality has proven some potential for visual urban landscape assessment, we raise similar questions about multisensory evaluation. Urban perception is complex and putting aside sensory interactions biases the evaluation of future projects. We attempt more particularly to propose several solutions to integrate microclimatic ambiances in virtual environment evaluations. These propositions rely on a new concept of realism: perceptual fidelity. It consists in provoking the same perceptual effect as in reality without try to reproduce physical causes.
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Toinon Vigier, Guillaume Moreau, Daniel Siret, Laurent Lescop. A new concept of perceptual fidelity to augment virtual urban environments with microclimatic ambiances. 3U3D 2012, Oct 2012, Nantes, France. ⟨10.1051/3u3d/201203002⟩. ⟨hal-02476304⟩

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