Art & Design Research Vol.3 No.2

Research on Emotional Features of Virtual Eye-movement in Low-Carbon Building Design

Juan Du
Southeast University, Jiangsu, China
Rui Zhang
Beijing Film Academy, Beijing, China
Fang Jiang
Hubei University of Education, Wuhan, China


With the acceleration of urbanization in China, how to improve the carbon sequestration effect of the construction sector has become a hot research topic of common concern. In this paper, the virtual eye-movement experiment of emotional features is introduced in to provide new evidence for the significant impact of low-carbon building design by observing the distribution of tracked saccade trajectories and fixation hot spots of the subjects. The results show that: (1) Tracked saccade trajectories are consistent with the low-carbon control parameter value preset in the design schemes, indicating a positive correlation between the two. (2) The emotional preference of stress color is consistent with the trend of fixation hot spots of subjects, which provides new evidence for studying the effect of low-carbon building design. (3) It is confirmed that virtual eye-movement emotional feature experiment has a significant impact on low-carbon building design effect. The results provide a new method and reference for the action plans for peaking carbon dioxide emissions.

Author: Samuel Hall

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