Seattle: College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Washington, 1969.
Paperback. 10 3/4" X 8 3/8". v, 47pp, printed rectos only. Pictorial stapled wraps with spine backed in cloth tape. Moderate wear to binding, with mild edgewear, scattered rubbing, and light staining to rear. Binding is sound. Previous owner's stamp to front free endpaper, else pages clean and unmarked. Abstract: "This project had as objectives the development of a computed graphics capability for simulation; the investigation of the use of this tool in the design process; and exploration of ways of organizing data so as to make the computed graphics technique useful both as a presentation device and as a deesign tool. The study involved the computation, plotting, and rendering of sequential perspectives of a space so as to indicate in the fom of a five minute filmed sequence the nature of the visual experience as one 'walks through' the as yet unbuilt space. The description of the elements of a simulation system, of development stages in this study, and the conclusions reached as to limitations and capabilities suggest a specification for an operable system within the economics of contemporary professional practice and outline the need for further developmental studies." Good. Item #2026