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People in countries like the U.S. now spend 87% of their time indoors, with research increasingly indicating that building features (e.g., lighting, materials, iconography) can substantially impact human attitudes, behaviors, and health. As part of the Hybrid Physical-Digital Spaces (HPDS) group, this research has several thrusts to develop technology that blends digital and physical infrastructure to support various cognitive, physiological, psychological, and social dimensions of occupant wellness.

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2017 - Present


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