Application of Immersive Technologies in Architectural Education for Timber Frame and Joint Design: A Critical Review

Zhehui Chen, Davide Lombardi*, Theodoros Dounas

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Abstract

This research aims to find the most suitable immersive technologies that can be applied in architectural design education, particularly for timber frame and joint design, through a critical review of contemporary AEC (ar-chitecture, engineering, and construction) literature that refers to immersive technological research and applications. This research serves as a founda-tional investigation towards a significant contribution to a deeper explora-tion of integrating immersive technologies with other digital technologies for applications in architectural research domains and educational contexts.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdvances in the Integration of Technology and the Built Environment
Subtitle of host publicationSelect Proceeding of AAB 2024
PublisherSpringer Nature
Publication statusAccepted/In press - Apr 2024

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