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Architecture for people with disabilities

Posted: Mon Feb 04, 2019 8:11 pm
by Sergey Burov
Hi!
I'm trying to make a manual for architects designing buildings for people with disabilities. This is a series of tours to different virtual objects.
Our team -the Laboratory «Sensor-Tech» -has been established to develop new technologies and products for people with hearing and vision impairments (including deaf-blind people). The question area of research and developments encompasses such scientific and technology directions as bioengineering, biotechnical systems, nanoelectronics and electrotechnology, information and communication systems, neurology and neurophysiology, genetics as well as some other areas.
I would be grateful for comments!

POLYCLINIC
http://sensor-tech.ru/burov/POLYCLINIC/

SHOPPING CENTER
http://sensor-tech.ru/burov/SHOPPING_CENTER/

TOILET
http://sensor-tech.ru/burov/TOILET/

SENSORY GARDEN
http://sensor-tech.ru/burov/SENSORY_GARDEN/

PARKING
http://sensor-tech.ru/burov/PARKING/

Re: "Architecture for people with disabilities" (Manual)

Posted: Mon Feb 04, 2019 8:50 pm
by 360Texas
You wrote:
I'm trying to make a manual for architects designing buildings for people with disabilities.
Are you trying to create a paper book manual.

Please tell us more

Re: "Architecture for people with disabilities" (Manual)

Posted: Tue Feb 05, 2019 7:40 am
by BParker
This is an interesting presentation that conveys a wealth of information to the viewer. Very nicely done! I hope you will consider doing an English language version at some point. There appeared to be a problem with one of the hot links though. In the initial view in the main hall, there is a long corridor with a hot link directly ahead of the viewer and a similar long corridor with a hot link directly behind. Both are labeled "corridor". The hot link for the second corridor seems to go to the same place as the hot link for the first corridor, even though they are in opposite directions. I hit one other navigation issue also. Using the "next panorama" button worked well until the outside "entrance" view was reached. Then it returned inside but all hot spots, buttons, and menus had gone away. I had to refresh the browser window to get them back. I was using Chrome. As I said, though, a very interesting presentation!

Re: "Architecture for people with disabilities" (Manual)

Posted: Tue Feb 05, 2019 10:46 am
by Sergey Burov
360Texas wrote:
Mon Feb 04, 2019 8:50 pm
You wrote:
I'm trying to make a manual for architects designing buildings for people with disabilities.
Are you trying to create a paper book manual.

Please tell us more
Interactive (Pano Tour) + paper book. It would be interesting to make a VR version. I'm confused-how to insert pictures... :(

Re: "Architecture for people with disabilities" (Manual)

Posted: Tue Feb 05, 2019 10:56 am
by Sergey Burov

Re: "Architecture for people with disabilities" (Manual)

Posted: Tue Feb 05, 2019 12:31 pm
by Sergey Burov
BParker wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 7:40 am
This is an interesting presentation that conveys a wealth of information to the viewer. Very nicely done! I hope you will consider doing an English language version at some point. There appeared to be a problem with one of the hot links though. In the initial view in the main hall, there is a long corridor with a hot link directly ahead of the viewer and a similar long corridor with a hot link directly behind. Both are labeled "corridor". The hot link for the second corridor seems to go to the same place as the hot link for the first corridor, even though they are in opposite directions. I hit one other navigation issue also. Using the "next panorama" button worked well until the outside "entrance" view was reached. Then it returned inside but all hot spots, buttons, and menus had gone away. I had to refresh the browser window to get them back. I was using Chrome. As I said, though, a very interesting presentation!
Thanks for the comments! Errors will be corrected. About the English translation -I think to translate partially, as these normative data are valid only for Russia and not interesting since other. The main my problem is how to make VR version in Pano2VR... :?:

Re: Architecture for people with disabilities

Posted: Tue Mar 05, 2019 8:36 pm
by duceduc
I like the toilet shot. Did you used a 360 camera or dlsr? How did you hide camera since there was a mirror present?

Re: Architecture for people with disabilities

Posted: Wed Mar 06, 2019 8:36 am
by Sergey Burov
It's not a real room, it's a 3D model!

Re: Architecture for people with disabilities

Posted: Thu Mar 07, 2019 11:14 pm
by duceduc
Hahaha. I thought it looked surreal.