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Zhao, Jiaqing (author)
The National Library of the Netherlands boasts an extensive collection of Pop-up books. However, due to their age, some of these Pop-up books have deteriorated over time, making it impossible to display them to the public. Nonetheless, emerging VR/AR technologies offer a solution to this issue. By recreating these Pop-up books within the VR/AR...
master thesis 2023
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Frison, Sebastian (author)
Hepatopancreato-biliary (HPB) surgeons, when planning complex cases of pancreatic cancer, lose precious time because of difficulties in visualising the interaction between tumour and blood vessels and identifying patient-specific anatomy. To tackle this issue, the Integrated Imaging Workstation (IIW) was prototyped by e/MTIC and Philips. This...
master thesis 2023
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Liu, Yu (author)
This report outlines the key challenges faced by customers when purchasing smart lighting products through different online presentations. With the user-centered approach and the report serves as an initial step in exploring the design aspects of online retailing pages for light products. By focusing on the user and light experience, this report...
master thesis 2023
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Lieu, Ming (author)
master thesis 2022
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Tang, Shunqi (author)
Art is the universal language of humanity. Art viewing not only evokes aesthetic pleasure but also inspires people to create their own art. In this digital age, more and more museums democratize their art by making their digital collections freely available online. However, these online sources are mainly targeted at researchers and visit...
master thesis 2022
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Nitzsche, Cato (author)
A design was developed to introduce and invite visitors to take ownership of the collection stored in Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen. The Double Diamond process formed the basis of the design methodology. This iterative process resulted into the design of an interactive guided experience. <br/><br/>Extensive research resulted in the selection of...
master thesis 2022
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Roskam, Steffan (author)
The main goal of this thesis is answering the question: “How can immersion be achieved in an outdoor experience, using synergy between narrative, puzzles and location?”<br/><br/>From literature research the following definition of immersion is formed: Immersion is a state where the interactor feels as if they were located in a different reality...
master thesis 2021
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Lee, Susie (author)
Social VR is the application of virtual reality that supports remote social interaction in virtual spaces. Users communicate and interact with others in the social VR environment through avatars, which are virtual anthropomorphic characters that aim to represent humans in virtual worlds. In addition, the development of the HMD and commercially...
master thesis 2021
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Sillekens, Jolien (author)
Collaborations are often transdisciplinary whereby people with different backgrounds need to be able to work together and therefore share knowledge. This means people have to cross knowledge boundaries. Crossing these boundaries can be done with boundary objects that help to transfer knowledge across these boundaries (Carlile, 2002, 2004). Touch...
master thesis 2021
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Xie, H. (author)
In online stores, the lack of physical contact with products could sometimes make it difficult for customers to clearly evaluate the product. Clothing, for example, without direct touching people might not be confident about purchasing because there is not enough information for the material. On the other hand, limited interaction with the...
master thesis 2016
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Heitbrink, E.F. (author)
It is estimated that approximately 320,000 people in the Netherlands are visually impaired, some of which also have other physical or mental disabilities. The combination of disabilities can have profound impact on a person’s daily life. One of the encountered difficulties is a disrupted time perception. With a visual impairment the sensory...
master thesis 2016
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Groenendaal, P.H.T. (author)
Electronic dance music events are gatherings where people come to dance and amuse themselves while enjoying an audiovisual show. To attract larger audiences, the stages at these events have become larger in size and in number of show elements. This increases the number of people who can attend the event but at the same time it decreases the size...
master thesis 2016
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Rijken, M.J.W. (author)
Bruynzeel Storage Systems is a Dutch manufacturer of space saving solutions. Bruynzeel develops, manufactures, sells and maintains storage solutions for offices, archives, museums, libraries and warehouses. As a producer, consultant and installer, Bruynzeel Storage Systems is a market leader in the development of these systems. So what is mobile...
master thesis 2016
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Kallenbach, B.C. (author)
In this project, a solution and prototype was developed for Mapiq that enables users in shared workspace environments to find a workspace, and increases the effective efficiency of existing resources through a social system. In shared workspace environments such as university libraries and an increasing number of offices (like clients of Mapiq),...
master thesis 2016
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Van der Vegt, J. (author)
Current control rooms of military fighting vehicles lack space, ergonomics and have an operating system that requires too much effort and cognitive capacity of the crew. These factors limit the crew’s performance and can even lead to cognitive overload. The goal of this graduation project is to propose a solution for these issues through the...
master thesis 2015
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Willemsen, D.R.S. (author)
Currently 75% of children with a visual impairment attend regular schools. Schools are digitizing, which poses both advantages as well as threads to the education of students who are blind. With help of VoiceOver or refreshable braille displays, digital textual information has become accessible to the student, however, there is no solution...
master thesis 2015
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De Jonge, S. (author)
Lomography is one of the few brands left to produce and sell analogue cameras. New generations hardly ever experienced analogue cameras because their digital successors took over the market. It shows that potential customers do not understand what the brand is about and what it can mean to them. The stores do attract visitors, presumably because...
master thesis 2015
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Postma, A.M. (author)
In the current information age the Internet allows us to gather and analyze more data than ever which can easily lead to a persons’ cognitive limits. With data visualization one could relieve cognitive load, which means that the analysts will have more cognitive power to think about patterns or relations within the dataset. In this study, Design...
master thesis 2014
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Yang, H. (author)
Develop a personal tool inspired by Traffic Light method that can support rescue workers to make quick and effective recovery from work related-stress so they can get back to their normal life.
master thesis 2013
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Mishev, D.S. (author)
Current "Philips" practices include development of physical environments in which luminaires can be tested with the user. However "Philips" is also interested in virtual prototyping and thus is turning towards identifying a number of features in 3d environments which influence the human perception of realism. This study utilizes traditional...
master thesis 2012
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