DATCH – Documenting Wall
DATCH – Documenting And Triaging Cultural Heritage
Mercury Mission Control
Students Documenting Florida Heritage
Leedy Bank in Cape Canaveral
Laser Scanning Mid-Century Architecture
Welcome to the UCF SENSEable Design Lab. We are an interdisciplinary research group with a grounding in computer science and public history that captures, models, and simulates the built environment from birth, through life, to death. Our research bridges science, art, and psychology – from modeling light reflection at the wavelength level to digitally documenting historically significant structures. Our focus is on changing current practice by contextualizing complex illumination, material appearance, oral history, and digital data to understand human-structure interactions. We are located at the Institute for Simulation and Training in the School of Modeling, Simulation, and Training.
ISMAR2023: Investigating the Impact of Augmented Reality and BIM on Retrofitting Training for Non-Experts Presented by Ph.D. Candidate John Sermarini
ISMAR2023: Investigating the Impact of Augmented Reality and BIM on Retrofitting Training for Non-Experts
Students visit labs.
Ms. Abbie Easter, a member of SENSEable Design Lab, successfully defended her Honors Thesis.