Kyu-Ho Ahn and Siobhan Rockcastle win the Frances Bronet Innovation Award

Professors Ahn and Rockcastle have been selected to receive a Faculty Research Award from the UO College of Design in support of their project, titled “Motivation/Function, Comfort, Arousal and Behavioral Response in Built Environment via VR Setting.” This work will combine subjective and physiological measures to study responses to lighting and space use in a virtual reality environment. Baker Lab Graduate Assistant McKenzie Vanko will support Ahn and Rockcastle in the design and collection of experimental data planned for the 2020-2021 year.

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