A demonstrator for virtual planning and scenario analysis of invisible environmental factors with focus on noise in the city (DemoVirPEN)
In today's urban planning, calculated maps are used for noise and air pollution, whose constrained and abstract information content limits usage. We want to develop a better tool, which through visualization and auralization (sound simulation) can provide greater understanding of the impact of various factors in sustainable urban development. A special challenge in visualization is how to display several types of parameters at the same time and how to use symbolism and photorealism in the same urban model. The objective of the project is to develop a virtual planning and scenario analysis demonstration in which the user can move in a visual and auditory 3D environment with added visualization of selected factors, e.g. noise levels, air quality, and their health effects, with the possibility to include also NOx, particles (PM10) and CO2 emissions as well as other factors such as transport efficiency, safety, socioeconomic effects and comfort values (wind, solar and temperature). Target groups are decision makers and other users in urban planning as well as citizens in general.
- University of Gothenburg (Academic, Sweden)
- University of Gothenburg (Publisher, Sweden)
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Professor, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Applied Acoustics, Vibroacoustics
Jens is professor at the Division of Applied Acoustics, research group Vibroacoustics, at Chalmers. His area of research is outdoor sound propagation. The research deals mainly with physical...
Dean of Education in Architecture and Civil Engineering | Associate Professor in Applied Acoustics, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Applied Acoustics, Vibroacoustics
Patrik Höstmad is Associate Professor in Applied Acoustics and Dean of Education in Architecture and Civil Engineering (ASAM). The research includes various aspects of sound and vibration, e.g...
Professor, Vice Head of Department PhD studies, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Architectural Theory and Methods, Research Groups: DiVisual; Data fusion; Spatial Layers
Monica Billger is Professor at Architectural Theory and Method. Monicas research focuses on visualisation, specifically the way light and colour are experienced. Her goal is to create a fundamental...
Visiting Researcher, Mathematical Sciences, Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Assistant professor, Interaction Design division, Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
Associate professor, senior researcher, Interaction Design division, Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
Research Group: @URBS - Dialogue in urban complexity
Beata Stahre Wästberg is an architect and senior researcher within the interdisciplinary field of visualization in urban planning processes, and is interested in the use of visualization as a tool...
- Chalmers (Site, Sweden)
- Chalmers (Publisher, Sweden)