Architectural psychology and storytelling for virtual spaces by Kim Baumann Larsen

We have shaped our surroundings as they have shaped us since the dawn of time. With human emotions and thinking affected by our environments, and VR having the power to instantly transport anyone to any imaginary space, we can look to architectural psychology and environmental storytelling to create comfortable virtual spaces that evoke the desired emotions in users to ensure that virtual spaces will shape the human experience in positive ways.

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Designing learning, training and workspaces for VR by Kim Baumann Larsen

In designing learning, training 
and workspaces for VR architects are uniqely positioned to design virtual architectural spaces. We can take advice from architectural psychology in how humans thrive in environments that are rich and complex (such as nature), and ceiling height and room colors affect how we think and perform mentally such as when doing problem solving.

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