Entries by Ming Tang

Vertical Conservation

2021 CAADFuture workshop ‘Vertical Conservation’ – looking into envelope systems for skyscrapers in Dubai. The skin harvest-light through facilitating micro-ecologies to grow on the facade, saving energy by cycling carbon, acting as sun-shading, and recycling grey-water through the pipes for green-wall irrigation. In particular, the pipe form was inspired by the long thin roots of […]

Digital Twins

Here is a demonstration of using Digital Twin to display building information, including sensors captured from IoT devices. You can download the app here. zip. 268MB, instructions: right mouse clicks an object to open the BIM dashboard. right mouse drag to change the camera angle. left mouse click sensor to open IoT dashboard, and other […]

student thesis 2020-2021

The Effect of Path Environment on Pedestrians’ Route Selection: A Case Study of University of Cincinnati, OH Jing Tian. Master of Science in Architecture Committee Chair: Ming Tang Committee Member: Na Chen, Julian Wang   Accelerometers Image of the Three Participants in Route 2 Abstract In recent years, there are a growing number of researchers who […]