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A framework for quantifying the temporal visual experience of architecture a case study of the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
conference contributionposted on 22.06.2021, 04:50 by SA Hossain Maghool, Marc Aurel SchnabelMarc Aurel Schnabel, Tane MoletaTane Moleta
In this paper, we propose a framework for the quantification of the temporal visual experience of architecture. This framework provides quantification of low-level visual features of architectural experience in the temporal domain. It facilitates the investigation of the interrelation between architecture and automatic physiological responses, resulting in more insights about how architecture impacts emotion. Thus, we implement four computational algorithms developed upon the processing fluency theory which were initially used for the study of visual regularities of abstract artworks. Furthermore, we illustrate the potentials of this framework by applying it to data gathered from a VR simulation of an existing building. Our case study suggests that this framework can be used for systematic quantification of low-level visual features of architectural experience that account for the role of movement.