Phenomenology: Architecture as a virtual gateway a virtual-enhanced sensory museum for genealogical research
Collins, Russell R
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Ambition to learn via advanced technology has been the precursor for a multitude of inventions and scientific discoveries. The physical ability to exceed limits of unprecedented amounts has always challenged the existence of every human being. This challenge can be answered through the acceptance of change. When society has been able to ac accept change, the results lead to the ability to accelerate the process of development. Developing challenging architecture is a small norm compared to the many conservative ideas that are linked to society's acceptances, however, with the goring existence of advanced technology, architecture will be at the fore front of the challenge to spawn acceptance and change. Architecture that serves as a virtual gateway which links the past, present, and the technologically advanced future, can be achieved through adaptive transformations of phenomenological experiences, creating an architectural interaction of change, acceptance and enhanced reality.