Participation and 3D Visualization Tools

Michael Mullins, Mikkel Holm Jensen, Sune Henriksen, Mette Haase, Morten B. Kristiansen, Morten Mogensen

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    Abstract

    With a departure point in a workshop held at the VR Media Lab at Aalborg University , this paper deals with aspects of public participation and the use of 3D visualisation tools. The workshop grew from a desire to involve a broad collaboration between the many actors in the city through using new communication and visualisation media. It is largely experimental in nature and has a qualitative approach in analysing some of the actions and arguments which took place. These experiences and preliminary results form the basis for a discussion towards an understanding of virtual space and the varying perceptions of architectural representation in urban design where 3D visualisation techniques are used. It is the authors? general finding that, while 3D visualisation media have the potential to increase understanding of virtual space for the lay public, as well as for professionals, the lay public require preparation in grasping differences in the representation of abstract concepts and form.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationDebating Participation : Actors Shaping Sustainable Urban Development
    EditorsRibeiro, Gustavo ; Lund, Søren ; Mullins, Michael (eds.)
    Place of PublicationCopenhagen: Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
    PublisherKunstakademiets Arkitektskolens Forlag
    Publication date2004
    Pages119-134
    ISBN (Print)8778301041
    Publication statusPublished - 2004

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    Keywords

    • Urban Design
    • Public Participation
    • 3D real time modelling

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    Mullins, M., Jensen, M. H., Henriksen, S., Haase, M., Kristiansen, M. B., & Mogensen, M. (2004). Participation and 3D Visualization Tools. In Ribeiro, Gustavo ; Lund, Søren ; Mullins, Michael (eds.) (Ed.), Debating Participation : Actors Shaping Sustainable Urban Development (pp. 119-134). Copenhagen: Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts: Kunstakademiets Arkitektskolens Forlag.
    Mullins, Michael ; Jensen, Mikkel Holm ; Henriksen, Sune ; Haase, Mette ; Kristiansen, Morten B. ; Mogensen, Morten. / Participation and 3D Visualization Tools. Debating Participation : Actors Shaping Sustainable Urban Development. editor / Ribeiro, Gustavo ; Lund, Søren ; Mullins, Michael (eds.). Copenhagen: Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts : Kunstakademiets Arkitektskolens Forlag, 2004. pp. 119-134
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    Debating Participation : Actors Shaping Sustainable Urban Development. ed. / Ribeiro, Gustavo ; Lund, Søren ; Mullins, Michael (eds.). Copenhagen: Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts : Kunstakademiets Arkitektskolens Forlag, 2004. p. 119-134.

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    Mullins M, Jensen MH, Henriksen S, Haase M, Kristiansen MB, Mogensen M. Participation and 3D Visualization Tools. In Ribeiro, Gustavo ; Lund, Søren ; Mullins, Michael (eds.), editor, Debating Participation : Actors Shaping Sustainable Urban Development. Copenhagen: Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts: Kunstakademiets Arkitektskolens Forlag. 2004. p. 119-134