Call for Participation | A Study on Form, Function, and Feeling


 

 

Have you ever wondered how your surroundings affect you? Well, here's an opportunity to follow your curiosity and help out a fellow researcher in her journey of understanding the impact of architecture on people.

Virtual Reality version (You’ll need a VR headset)

https://autovrse-my.sharepoint.com/:u:/g/personal/sahil_singh_autovrse_in/EWPnfqp6ZqVAhvC2siUifuAB3dNB6Tl6I_KDKKcpnKDtlg?e=QiJ54b

If you’re not able to take the VR version, try the 360˚ Virtual Tours Version: https://goldpsych.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cT87ZCYLLgNd2ct

In this study, you'll explore eight rooms and be expected to answer questions about your experience in each of those spaces. Hopefully you'll discover something about your preferences and taste during the 15 minutes you'll spend taking this survey.

By participating in this study, you’ll be making a valuable contribution to the field of Architecture and Environmental Psychology; every effort in advancing this domain counts! To find out how this study panned out do follow Conscious Cities 🙂

If you weren’t teleported effectively, copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser: https://goldpsych.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cT87ZCYLLgNd2ct

 

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