Digital Architecture Research Alliance
Digital Architecture Research Alliance

Events

DARA EVENTS


 
HYVE-3D & VIRTUAL REALITY SHOWCASE - RESBAZ Wellington 2019
Jul
4
to Jul 5

HYVE-3D & VIRTUAL REALITY SHOWCASE - RESBAZ Wellington 2019

  • Victoria University of Wellington - Te Aro Campus (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Wellington Research Bazaar is hosting a Hyve-3D and Virtual Reality showcase at Te Aro Campus. Ongoing digital architecture research by the university will be disseminated through a virtual medium, exploring the possibilities of digital technologies.

Learn more: https://resbaz.github.io/resbaz2019/

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IMMERSIVE LEGACIES EXHIBITION
Oct
17
to Nov 3

IMMERSIVE LEGACIES EXHIBITION

Immersive Legacies: 320 The Terrace is an exhibition that explores how New Zealand heritage can be captured digitally and disseminated through various evolving digital technologies. The Gordon Wilson Flats is used as a case study of Wellington modernist architecture with heritage value.

Learn more: https://www.immersivelegacies.org/ - https://www.museumswellington.org.nz/ - https://wellingtonheritageweek.co.nz/event/immersive-legacies-320-the-terrace/

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DERIVE | PUBLIC EVENT
Jun
18
5:00 PM17:00

DERIVE | PUBLIC EVENT

DERIVE, a Tokyo based practice, recruit digital technologies to enhance and augment real spaces as part of their FUTURE CITIES series. The team aim to create immersive journeys and urban experiences using light and sound projections. The group will deliver a 3 hour interactive event in Lecture Theatre 1, Te Aro Campus on the 18th of June.

Find more information: https://derive.tokyo/

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Apr
15
to Apr 18

CAADRIA CONFERENCE 2019

  • Victoria University of Wellington - Faculty of Architecture and Design (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

24th Annual Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia

The territories of computational design are ever-changing and represent a substantial region that remains uncharted; one with expanding and permeable boundaries that continue to be fully breached.  This ocean of opportunity implores researchers to embark on ambitious journeys of exploration. Undulating and temporal,  computational design needs research that engages explicitly with the innovative, intelligent and informed exploitation of computational design, and with the array of computational technologies that the discipline may engage with.
Human intelligence and creativity deliver the hegemonic direction for the field of computer-mediated architectural design research; an area where the computational component is a core aspect of the investigation. The actors in this are both witness to, and instigators of, the exciting, consequent, well-founded research that continues to deliver new knowledge, insights and information.
This, then, explains the specific overarching theme of the conference: ‘Intelligent and Informed’. 

The scope of this theme is driven by the intention to take in aspects of machine intelligence, and a wide range of potential research that engages with the intelligent exploitation of computer-mediated techniques in Architecture.

Within the coverage of the call lies a broad spectrum of approaches ranging from speculative, informal investigations to conventional scientific research, including but not limited to the following research and praxis topics. Papers must address the conference theme 'Informed & Intelligent'.

Find more information on the website: https://caadria2019.nz/

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