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Virtual collaborative design environments
Virtual collaborative design environments
Virtual collaborative design environments
Virtual collaborative design environments
Virtual collaborative design environments
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Virtual collaborative design environments
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Virtual collaborative design environments

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presentation at Explosions of Virtuality Week, 5 Oct 2011, Stanford University

presentation at Explosions of Virtuality Week, 5 Oct 2011, Stanford University

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  • 1. Virtual collaborativedesign environmentsScott C. ChaseExplosions of Virtuality WeekStanford University, 5 Oct 2011
  • 2. Design Architecture, engineering & construction (AEC) Industrial & product design Civil & mechanical engineering Manufacturing Explosions of Virtuality 5-oct-2011 2
  • 3. Distributed & collaborativeapproaches to design/creationOpen source Wikipedia ‘Open Source’ software Mechanical Turk (Amazon) Crowdspirit/InnoCentiveBusiness world (innovation & product development) Proctor & Gamble Mass customisation: Adidas, Benetton Threadless.com How can these be approaches be harnessed for architectural projects? Explosions of Virtuality 5-oct-2011 3
  • 4. Virtual worlds as platforms forcollaboration and design Enhanced testing and feedback processes can replace physical prototyping Immersive environments with good communication/collaboration possibilities Voice/video/application sharing Idea generation Design Manufacturing Explosions of Virtuality 5-oct-2011 4
  • 5. Wikitecture 3.0 Explosions of Virtuality 5-oct-2011 5
  • 6. Wikitecture 3.0: Wiki-tree Explosions of Virtuality 5-oct-2011 6
  • 7. Wikitecture: Contribution assessment Explosions of Virtuality 5-oct-2011 7
  • 8. Project collaboration modesA 3D architectural model is Openshared through a platform A network where designers(e.g. Second life) with a openly choose the leadership,community. Solver/Feedback Pure open design collaborate with each other,Feedbacks/improvements Network Community propose designs and decideare received and the ones which ones are more valuable Participationconsidered adequate will be aloft WikitectureselectedA selected group of the partnerschosen by the company. The VIP Network Consortium A private group of participantscompany defines the objective jointly select focus areas andof the project, defines the rules design solutions.of collaboration and monitors PARC Impleniathe whole activity. Closed Hierarchical Flat Governance Model Explosions of Virtuality 5-oct-2011 8
  • 9. Observations No ‘one size fits all’ approach to virtual collaboration Dynamic governance models Combination of virtual worlds with ‘traditional’ forms of collaboration Explosions of Virtuality 5-oct-2011 9
  • 10. Open Architecture Network http://www.openarchitecturenetwork.org/ Online, open source community dedicated to improving living conditions through innovative and sustainable design Share ideas, designs and plans View and review designs posted by others Collaborate with each other, people in other professions and community leaders Manage design projects from concept to implementation Communicate easily amongst team members Protect intellectual property rights Build a more sustainable future Explosions of Virtuality 5-oct-2011 10
  • 11. The future of open sourcearchitecture networks Increased opportunities for less experienced architects and smaller firms Peer review of tendered bids Alternative paths to professional registration More collaborative relationships between designers, manufacturers and other suppliers Explosions of Virtuality 5-oct-2011 11
  • 12.  Architectural and Design based Education and Practice through Content & Language Integrated Learning using Immersive Virtual Environments for 21st Century Skills (Architectural) Design T&L Virtual environments (design & learning) CLIL Fragile spaces Explosions of Virtuality 5-oct-2011 12
  • 13. Actions to date (partial)Student workshop (Paris) Student course (Paris)Architecture in virtual worlds Crit-IMPACT Future: We are looking for additional collaborators for upcoming T&L actions (Spring 2012) Student workshop (OU) Working with a design brief13 Explosions of Virtuality 5-oct-2011

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