paper accepted to SimAUD 2017 in Toronto

A paper by the LIPID daylight group, authored by Siobhan Rockcastle, Maria Amundadottir, and Marilyne Andersen has been accepted for presentation at SimAUD 2017 in Toronto, Canada. The paper, titled ‘A Simulation-Based Workflow to Assess Human-Centric Daylight Performance,’ introduces an automated framework for assessing the health and perceptual impacts of daylight  using an immersive, multi view-point approach. The conference will take place May 22-24 at the MaRS discovery district and the University of Toronto.

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