MyWorld Director, Professor David Bull and our partners from CAMERA have come together with Bristol Vision Institute academics, Prof Ute Leonards (Psychological Science), Dr Jasmina Stevanov (Psychological Science), Dr Laszlo Talas (Vet School) and have been awarded funding via a joint ESRC-EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account grant and a Temple Quarter Public Engagement grant.
This funding will allow them to develop a new digital technology-based tool informed by the latest vision science research to support inclusive architectural design.
The TRIAD tool (Toward tRanslational Inclusive Art & Design) will be co-designed with architects and the General Public in partnership with MyWorld, We the Curious (Science Centre in Bristol) and CAMERA (Centre for the Analysis of Motion, Entertainment Research and Applications, University of Bath).
The University’s future Story Exchange space at the Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus will serve as a use case for the tool; thus, offering an unprecedented opportunity to Bristol’s diverse communities to gather insights into their own personal reactions to different designs and to directly influence the final design choices for Story Exchange.
Image Credit: Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios