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Use of 3D visualisation tools for representing urban greenspace spatial planning.

Wang, Chen; Miller, David; Jiang, Yang; Donaldson-Selby, Gillian

Authors

Chen Wang

David Miller

Gillian Donaldson-Selby



Abstract

The objective of this paper is to report on the development of prototype models for use in raising public awareness of changes in urban areas, focusing on green spaces, and testing responses to scenarios of change. Specifically, the focus is on the design of appropriate types of outdoor features for community planning and engagement. This modelling is fulfilled using the Autodesk Maya, Google SketchUp and ArcGIS software packages together in a novel combination of spatial and visualisation tools. The experiment results show evidence that different types of 3D iconic symbols with interactive communication will influence participation and decision making in land use planning.

Start Date Apr 24, 2015
Publication Date Jun 11, 2015
Publisher Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
ISBN 9781467368506
Institution Citation WANG, C., MILLER, D., JIANG, Y. and DONALDSON-SELBY, G. 2015. Use of 3D visualisation tools for representing urban greenspace spatial planning. In Proceedings of the 2nd International information science and control engineering conference 2015 (ICISCE 2015), 24-26 April 2015, Shanghai, China. Piscataway: IEEEE [online], pages 525-532. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1109/ICISCE.2015.123
DOI https://doi.org/10.1109/icisce.2015.123
Keywords 3D visualisation; GIS; Land use; Greenspace; Public engagement

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