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The operation of Smart Shelters based on EEG data

  • Journal of History of Modern Art
  • 2017, (41), pp.119-138
  • DOI : 10.17057/kahoma.2017..41.005
  • Publisher : 현대미술사학회
  • Research Area : Arts and Kinesiology > Art > Arts in general > Art History
  • Received : May 5, 2017
  • Accepted : May 29, 2017
  • Published : June 30, 2017

Ji Seung Yeul 1 KYONGHO KO 2

1한양대학교
2홍익대학교

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ABSTRACT

As the paradigm of all industries changes, a new kind of research is being made through a process of convergence of ICT-based technologies. The era where architecture was considered to be separate from other fields of study is long past. A logical and ingenious creativity is obtained by integrating architecture with open-source based expertise from other fields through rapid developments in IT. Shortcomings in architectural environments are being compensated by use of sensors to realize smart environments. Inside these smart environments, as sensors become increasingly utilized in all kinds of convenience devices, humanity is facing the era of “Sensor Panopticon”. In this era, there are attempts to apply patterned data obtained from the life patterns of individuals and environmental information not only to architecture, but also to various fields. The purpose of this research is to study the operation of architectural technologies that apply the user’s mental state using brainwave sensors, breaking away from economical perspective of cost reduction and productivity improvement, which was the main topic of existing research on architectural technologies. In this research, the previouslystudied operation method of shelters is analyzed, and log data organization process that analyzed the properties of brainwave patterns considering contextual purpose is defined.

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This paper was written with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea.