Associate Professor The University of Texas at Austin Austin, Texas
Designers rely heavily on digital tools and data but rarely get the opportunity to prototype new tools to generate data. This panel will demonstrate the craft of environmental sensors—exploring how primary data collection on hydrologic, vegetative, and atmospheric conditions might offer new perspectives for landscape design and performance.
Learn about the value of primary data collection for environmental conditions.
Understand the process of prototyping in-situ environmental sensors for data collection.
Identify applications for atmospheric, hydrologic, and vegetative sensors.
Explore the future of environmental sensing and the potential for responsive systems.