A peer-reviewed paper, titled “The case for occupant-centric daylight analytics: a comparison of horizontal illumination and immersive view” has been accepted to the proceedings for Building Simulation 2019 in Rome. This paper, co-authored by Siobhan Rockcastle, Maria Amundadottir, and Marilyne Andersen explains the varied performance narratives that arise out of view-dependent considerations like health, comfort, and emotion. If we analyze buildings using an aggregate measure of performance for its users instead of a generic grid of points distributed across the floorplate, we can begin to understand how the specific conditions of view position and orientation can impact human health and comfort.
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