The application of a new visualisation producing strategy in landscape planning and design: A case of visualisation in public participation in Kura Tāwhiti | Castle Hill : A dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Landscape Architecture at Lincoln University
With the rapid development over the past few decades, visualisation today was not just limited to the conventional still image, such as photomontage. Techniques like video simulation and panoramic video simulation drew more and more attention from scholars as they provide audiences with richer information and better sensory experience about a landscape. However, the use of these techniques remains rare in practices due to a range of reasons, such as lack of data sources and time-consuming production workflow. Some scholars suggest that place the modelled and rendered changed part of the landscape into captured (photographed or filmed) unchanged landscape settings, rather than modelling the whole landscape. This may be able to solve the problems encountered by the current production of video simulations and panoramic video simulations. Therefore, this research aims to experiment with this visualisation strategy and discuss its applicability in a practical background of Kura Tāwhiti Castle Hill, by comparing the effectiveness (i.e., the capacity of producing high-quality visualisation) and efficiency (i.e., the ease of using the techniques) of applying the strategy in producing photomontages, video simulations and panoramic video simulations. This study provides landscape architects with more possibility for landscape visualisation, as well as some evidence for visualisation producers to select visualisation tools.... [Show full abstract]
Keywordsvideo simulation; panoramic video; landscape architecture; public participation; visualisation; digital landscapes; video imaging; landscape planning; landscape design; landscape modelling; landscape visualisation
Fields of Research120304 Digital and Interaction Design; 150606 Tourist Behaviour and Visitor Experience
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