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CTRL+C

The project, the rapid change in today’s computer and digital communication technology, as well as in every field of our daily life, the «space» concept of the change is examined. Especially the museums, art galleries, fairs and exhibitions have been moved to the virtual environment. With this technological facility, museums and exhibitions can be visited all over the world without the need for physical displacement. How useful is this system that seems to be an opportunity for people with disabilities? When the person perceives real-physical environments, it is compared with the perception of the space in the mind and the perception of the space while traveling in virtual environments and how the digital space created by using virtual reality technologies can approach the real human perception is questioned.
So far we talked about how the products produced by the machines affect the architecture. But if we look at it from a different perspective today? If the space turns into the machine itself rather than the products produced by the machines? . We have to focus on his foresight. The drone and hologram technologies of the future have been used as effective elements in museum design for the disabled.
CTRL + C is the simplest command we use to replicate a file in a computer environment. From this point of view, the results of the artificial atmosphere created by the production, reproduction and display of virtual spaces are revealed. CTRL + C is located on the camera and sensors by scanning the objects and creates virtual simulations. Fast installation and fast diversification are important features. In this way, people can easily reach the points that people with disabilities can not reach and scan people as holograms. Since it does not constitute a physical obstacle, it can turn into a museum and exhibition space.
It provides sustainable and free mobility by producing the energy it needs. Thanks to the passive system of magnetic plate can hang in the air without consuming energy. While using solar energy with the help of solar energy on it, it uses wind energy with its propellers. Thanks to its collapsible structure, it takes up less space during storage.

RESULT:

3 d place

AUTHOR:

Ömer Yeşildal

LOCATION:

Turkey

Category:

CONCEPT, INDUSTRIAL DESIGN, Season 2018, STUDENT COMPETITION, Победители