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  • Ji, Kunyang (Victoria University of Wellington, 2017)
    Video games no longer predominantly emphasize mere entertainment or excitement, they now investigate more complex emotions. As a new dimension of player input, biofeedback (University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical ...
  • Doran, Christopher (Victoria University of Wellington, 2019)
    Codeswitching is the action of switching between languages to better impart information to a recipient. This thesis introduces a set of codeswitching translator tools as a method of disrupting the potentially damaging ...
  • Willis, Riley (Victoria University of Wellington, 2017)
    “Good mental health in a fluid or CFD modeller is always indicated by the presence of a suspicious nature, cynicism and a ‘show me’ attitude. These are not necessarily the best traits for a life mate or a best friend, but ...
  • Page, Bradley (Victoria University of Wellington, 2013)
    Heritage buildings are an important element of our urban environments, representing the hope and aspirations of a generation gone, reminding us of our achievements and our identity. When heritage buildings suffer damage, ...
  • O'Connell, Nicholas (Victoria University of Wellington, 2017)
    This design research project explores the generative possibilities of composite drawing techniques. By engaging with the act of drawing, through interdisciplinary media, creative morphs and shifts are activated that ...
  • Chowdhury, Shuva (Victoria University of Wellington, 2020)
    The distance between urban design processes and outcomes and their communication to stakeholders and citizens are often significant. Urban designers use a variety of tools to bridge this gap. Each tool often places high ...
  • Innes, Daniel (Victoria University of Wellington, 2018)
    Architects use media such as drawings and models to test and better understand their designs. These media are frequently scaled for convenience and reduced to two dimensions for clarity; however, in relying on these methods, ...
  • Musson, Marcus (Victoria University of Wellington, 2019)
    Home is an experience universally sought after. It is a desire somehow and somewhere built into us as humans. Yet for marginalised groups understanding what makes ‘home’ is made difficult by various technical and cost ...
  • Hannaway, Keegan (Victoria University of Wellington, 2019)
    Behind every site is an unseen history. Before us, countless people have lived their lives through an ever evolving environment. This research examines how a process of uncovering site specific architectural and cultural ...
  • Achten, Ryan (Victoria University of Wellington, 2016)
    Cultural institutions, specifically libraries, museums, and archives, have long been recognised for their collection and preservation of artifacts as a means of conserving cultural memory. With an emergence of digital modes ...
  • Mistry, Pranil Kaushik (Victoria University of Wellington, 2018)
    Retail design has always been much more than selling products; it is a way for the brands to express them self. It is what they stand for through their brand essences. Turning their manifestation into physical forms to ...
  • Hills, Alex Josephine (Victoria University of Wellington, 2014)
    This thesis proposes a reinvention of the means of presenting statistical data about 3D urban environments. Conventional GIS use of 3D ’enhances’ hard to understand 2D maps with even harder-to-understand histograms of data. ...
  • Lamb, Naomi (Victoria University of Wellington, 2010)
    This thesis analyses some key factors of what is often considered a marginalised cultural and creative practice, VJing. The term VJ historically refers to Video Jockey, though in its own right VJ can be used to umbrella ...
  • Wellwood, Joseph (Victoria University of Wellington, 2020)
    New Zealand’s coastline is rapidly receding. The increased threat of rising sea levels continues to erode the shore line causing extensive and irreparable damage to thousands of coastal properties, often dismantling ...
  • Christensen, Greta (Victoria University of Wellington, 2014)
    The impact of global warming is often debated as a future issue which encourages complacency, inaction and even debate as to whether or not it is occurring at all. In low lying coastal cities such as New Orleans, Louisiana, ...
  • Jepson, Adam (Victoria University of Wellington, 2019)
    The ongoing outward expansion of cities and desire to make them pedestrian friendly faces difficulties when confronted by certain landscapes, especially when a car dominant highway infrastructure has a grasp on gully ...
  • Kong, Yuqi (2016)
    New Zealand is experiencing a demographic transitional period when there is increasing percentage of the elder population out of the total. Researches and scholars overseas have investigated in architecture’s role of ...
  • Scott-Towers, Rhidian (Victoria University of Wellington, 2018)
    Over the course of the last five years, the female prison population in New Zealand has risen more than 56%. As these numbers remain exponentially increasing, the ability to uphold successful facilitation for each and every ...
  • Shearer, Dylan (Victoria University of Wellington, 2014)
    Residential streets make up a large proportion of accessible public space while failing to facilitate community activity. These streets carry a relatively low volume of traffic, yet are standard in form. This factor in ...
  • Bint, Lee Ellen (Victoria University of Wellington, 2012)
    There is an increasing amount of literature outlining the issues underlying water shortages and restrictions to come in most regions of New Zealand. The problem is not helped by rising demands and climatic changes, as well ...

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