Eye Tracking for ANFA 2016 conference

The Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture (ANFA) hosts its fall conference, Connections: BridgeSynapses September 22-24 at the Salk Institute in La Jolla, CA. We’ll be sending along the poster below, the pilot-study of eye tracking Boston buildings, mentioned in a previous post. Eye tracking can’t tell you how or what to build, but it does give you a new appreciation for how people are hardwired to focus on each other. The hope is, of course, that renewed appreciation for how socially focused we are will encourage more human-centric design!

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