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Slide 1: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 The P A R K A U T O B A H N e s i g n For Perceptions In Motion D Sumeet Kumar- MLA-4046450 MLA PROGRAM June 2009   Thesis Advisors Prof. Erich Buhmann ANHALT UNIVERSITY of APPLIED SCIENCES   Landschaftsarchitekt Markus Gnüchtel GTL Düsseldorf Background Research Empirical Study Design Proposal Dashboard 4 5 3 2 1 Data CD navigation 0 Hyperlink Button for more information Background : Background Case context - to formulate research question History - Evolution of Parkutobahn term Why is it important - in today’s context ? ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Slide 3: http://www.preservenet.com/freeways/FreewaysEmbarcadero.html “Applying Visual Resource Assessment for Highway Planning." Jones & Jones landscape architects, Seattle USA ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 1890-1945 Highway design evolved parallel to experiencing landscape 1960s “freeway revolts” 1965-Highway Beautification Act (HBA) 1966- historic preservation act for visual assessment 1969 National Environmental policy act. -Environmental impact statement and FHWA. 1960…. Regaining the importance of Landscape profession. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xe5WferFEmw Background- History D http://photos3.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/5/2/c/f/highres_5001199.jpeg Chapter Two: The History of Highway Aesthetics http://www.mindspring.com/~tbgray/prindex.htm Chapter Three: Strategies http://www.mindspring.com/~tbgray/prch3a.htm Slide 4: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 1.What is parkautoBahn-? And why? Modern freeway? = carry heavy traffic = engineering challenge ? Spatial relation with landscape in motion Observation Spatial relation Decision Orientation Cognitive path Background- Evolution D http://www.corbis.com Chapter Three: Strategies http://www.mindspring.com/~tbgray/prch3a.htm Slide 5: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 D Background Case sensitive area A3 http://www.autobahnatlas-online.de/A3.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bundesautobahn_3 Slide 6: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Background Case sensitive area-problem http://www.autobahnatlas-online.de/A3.htm Research : Research Hypothesis A well designed highway is an attempt to achieve a fine adjustment between motion and readability /comprehension /retention of the message conveyed by the landscape. ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Aim This paper will look for these adjustments between speed and the visual- spatial experience of landscape. Research Questions What is spatial memory in motion? What are the cognitive processes involved in creating spatial experience? What brain can retain and learn in fast moving space? How the Freeway landscape can be designed for enhancing spatial experience, retention of cognitive memory in motion? Slide 8: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 1 2 Main Problem Understanding the landscape of road in motion What variables influence the driver‘s perception of landscape in motion Theoretical Ground Identify the visual-spatial construction as a determinant to stong sensational experience Identify the visual-spatial construction as a determinant to stong coherence and meaning of the environment Practices in other countries and their impact on the visual aspects on roadscape Methodology Slide 9: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 5 Proposal Finding applicable components to produce visual-spatial drawing Methodology Slide 10: Loading first tool kit............. Slide 11: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Experience = Quality of motion Visual-spatial construction for stong sensational experience Motion Band- Tool Kit http://www.corbis.com Donald Appleyard, Kevin Lynch, and John R. Myer, The view from the Road (1964) Donald Appleyard, Kevin Lynch, and John R. Myer, The view from the Road (1964) Slide 12: Loading Second tool kit............. Path-Tool Kit Slide 13: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Visual-spatial construction for stong coherenceand meaning on the environment Path-Tool Kit Argumentative support- The image of the city - Kevin Lynch Garling, T. (1981). Maintenance of orientation during locomotion in unfamiliar environments. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance Donald Appleyard, Kevin Lynch, and John R. Myer, The view from the Road (1964) Donald Appleyard, Kevin Lynch, and John R. Myer, The view from the Road (1964) Slide 14: Loading third tool kit............. Slide 15: Main diagram-Argumentative support-Donald Appleyard, Kevin Lynch, and John R. Myer, The view from the Road (1964) Houben, Francine and Calabrese, Luisa Maria (ed.), Mobility: A Room with a View, Rotterdam: NAi Publishers, 2003 ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 20 second memory Past memory 60 second optimum Argumentative support-Thinking and seeing . - Cambridge, Mass. [u.a.] : MIT Press (2004) Landscape and Aesthetics Design Manual, Texas Department of transportation 2007 Empirical study : Empirical study Analysis Desktop analysis - Air pictures, Traffic Data, Safety norms Video recording, On site 3 sketchs per minute ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Slide 17: Empirical Study Follow hyperlinks in rightmost side ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 http://www.autobahnatlas-online.de/A3.htm Onsite sketch-Recording on time line Video analysis-Recording on time line Slide 18: Assigning spatial characteristics of the space Dashboard Tempo/scene strength ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Cognitive path Working memory Emotional security Speculation of goals Decision making Orientation Associative memory Tool Kit- Motion Band Apparent self motion Apparent field motion Reasearch contributions Conclusions Importance of visual – spatial integration in freeway design Subconcious safety enhancement The columns sum up on the time line the following visual-spatial elements : “Sense of motion vs. readability”, “Visual continuity of goal” . This sum identifies the break between the continuity of these elements and helps to structure readability/meaning of landscape, strong sense of orientation and “non-stressfull journey”. More about Context Sensitivity of Research Area Goal asserted by developing partners and constraints Research significance in professional practice More... Comprehensionin motion Strong coherence of path Rythem and continuity... Objective of spatial design Tool Kit-Path Band Tool Kit- Time Strong sensational experience Tool Kit- Transition of space Data CD navigation It‘s been a pleasure : It‘s been a pleasure Presentation ends here : Presentation ends here Purposefully blank : Purposefully blank Following slides are not part of the presentation sequence. These are to be viewed from the hyperlink , provided on the empirical slide : Following slides are not part of the presentation sequence. These are to be viewed from the hyperlink , provided on the empirical slide Slide 23: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Design Proposal Slide 24: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Design Proposal Slide 25: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Design Proposal Slide 26: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Design Proposal Slide 27: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Design Proposal Following slides are not part of the presentation sequence. These are to be viewed from the hyperlink , provided on the Discussion board slide : Following slides are not part of the presentation sequence. These are to be viewed from the hyperlink , provided on the Discussion board slide Slide 29: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Question & Answers Slide 30: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Highway beautification As an integral part. The A3 A public space in motion General goal for the A3 : Asserted by developing partner Direct access to the environment Indirect access to the environment The Gateways-Architectural mean Landscape windows New induced visual cues by means of spoken word, public awareness, information points etc. More Slide 31: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM June 2009 Importance of Visual – spatial integration in freeway design 3. Highway is a subject of artistic endeavor, experience, spatial memory, two way relation.... Kevin Lynch Slide 32: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Literature Review Kevin Lynch sees that this spatial experience is a sense of spatial sequences. Slide 33: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Literature Review Objectives of Design Slide 34: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Comprehension in motion Driving memory is called Working or Episodic memory the whole memory = Sum of working memories working memories = 20 sec for every scene Retention/Medium speed =3 to 4 vertical element of the scene. Retention/Medium speed =2 to 3 vertical element of the scene. The capacity for perception depends on the amount, the kind and the availability of past experiences.... We see familiar things more clearly than we see objects about which we have no stock of memories. — Aldous Huxley Argumentative support-Thinking and seeing . - Cambridge, Mass. [u.a.] : MIT Press , 2004 P-74 Slide 35: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Literature Review Slide 36: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Literature Review A complete Motion Band Slide 37: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Literature Review Development of Motion Band for Apparent Self Motion Slide 38: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Literature Review Development of Motion Band for Apparent Self Motion Slide 39: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Legends Literature Review Development of Motion Band of Visual Field Slide 40: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Literature Review Assigning spatial characteristics of the space Slide 41: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Transitions Legend Literature Review Recording transition of the space to the Motion Band Slide 42: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Transitions Legend Literature Review Recording transition of the space to the Motion Band Slide 43: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Transitions Legend Literature Review Recording transition of the space to the Motion Band Slide 44: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Transitions Legend Literature Review Recording transition of the space to the Motion Band Slide 45: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Literature Review Recording the sequence and continuity of orientation Slide 46: ANHALT UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, BERNBURG GERMANY MLA PROGRAM FALL/WINTER 2006/2008 Visiblity important Goal Visible ahead Literature Review Recording the sequence and continuity of orientation Whoah !! : Whoah !!

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