The Ocuvis web-based visualizer was developed through an Innoseed Explorer Grant, awarded by the EPFL in 2017. This web app reads data produced by the Oculight software and displays it interactively, allowing users to navigate the data variables and view the performance of human-centric and task-based metrics in a 3D model. This work was developed by Siobhan Rockcastle, Maria Amundadottir, and Marilyne Andersen in collaboration with Interactive Things (Zurich).
Articles that share the results of this research include:
S. F. Rockcastle, M. L. Ámundadóttir and M. Andersen. OCUVIS: A web-based visualizer for simulated daylight performance. SimAUD 2018 – Symposium on Simulation for Architecture & Design, Delft, June 4-7, 2018.
S. F. Rockcastle, M. L. Ámundadóttir and M. Andersen. A Simulation-based workflow to assess human-centric daylight performance. SimAUD 2017 – Symposium on Simulation for Architecture & Design, Toronto, May 22-24, 2017. Full Text.