|Naoyuki Oi||Last modified date：2020.09.25|
Professor / Built Environment Design / Department of Environmental Design / Faculty of Design
|Naoyuki Oi||Last modified date：2020.09.25|
|1.||Naoyuki Oi, THE EFFECT OF CULTURAL BACKGROUNDS ON THE EVALUATION CONSTRUCT OF NIGHTSCAPE
, The 9th Lux Pacifica Proceedings, 2020.04.
|2.||Naoyuki Oi, Hongjoo Park, Impressions and Luminance Distribution of Outdoor Illumination for Winter Events, The 8th Lux Pacifica Life and Lighting Proceedings, 10-13, 2018.03, Until now, it is hard to find researches related to quantified correlation of impressions with luminance of outdoor lighting environment. For interior environments, the new way of understanding luminance patterns with the histograms from the subjective experiments has been proposed, and the correlation between the shape of luminance histograms and Interesting – uninteresting scale which is one of the two factors along with brightness is promising. Hence, the primary goal of this present study is to clarify the correlation between impressions and luminance distribution with histograms and track specific trends of them, especially in outdoor illumination for winter events. It is also hard to find researches related to this reproducibility of luminance, especially their histograms. Hence, the second goal of this study is testifying the possibility of reproducibility of exterior light environment on a visual display unit. As a result, luminance histograms of outdoor illumination seems to be able to reproduce on a visual display unit when the proper class interval is applied. However, the correlation between impressions and luminance histograms is less promising than in interior environment. It seems that color of illumination could be more influential on some factors of impression..|
|3.||REAL ELICITATION OF THE EVALUATION STRUCTURES BY THE EXPERIENCE-BASED EVALUATION GRID METHOD.|
|4.||Naoyuki Oi, Hironobu Takahashi, Image structure of health in daily life using Image Grid Method, ICHES2016 The Fifth International Conference on Human-Environment System (USB 20045), 2016.10.|
|5.||SEQUENTIAL MEASUREMENTS OF SPACE IMPRESSION WHILE WALKING: Evaluation of sense of oppression and spaciousness using three methods.|
|6.||Naoyuki Oi, Kevin P. Mansfield, LIGHTING QUALITY: POSSIBILITY OF LUMINANCE DISTRIBUTION AS ITS DETERMINANT, 28th CIE SESSION Manchester, Volume 1, Part 2, 1111-1120, 2015.06.|
|7.||A STUDY ON COGNITION OF LANDSCAPE ELEMENTS IN STATION PLAZAS USING CAPTION EVALUATION METHOD:
Landscape survey in station plazas in and around Fukuoka city.
|8.||STUDY ON THE HEALTH RELATED FACTOR MODELS BY THE IMAGE GRID METHOD.|
|9.||Naoyuki Oi, Hironobu Takahashi, The preference of living room lighting by LEDs:
Scale model experiments assuming residential houses, The Proceedings: The 7th Lux Pacifica 2013 Cultural Lighting, 86-89, 2013.03.
|10.||Naoyuki Oi, Hironobu Takahashi, The Development of Image Grid Method: personal construct on health and comfort, Proceedings of iaps 22 (DVD), June 24-29, 2012, Glasgow UK, 2012.06.|
|11.||Creation of the check list of the Beauty in interior design space.|
|12.||Research on Difference in Value Estimation of Interior Presentation Boards between Designers and Laypersons.|
|13.||CATEGORIZATION OF EVALUATION CONSTRUCT AND INDIVIDUAL ATTRIBUTES
THROUGH EVALUATING PRESENTATION BOARDS OF INTERIOR
A study about evolution and the transformation of the sense of values about the house environment.
|14.||Research on Difference in Value Estimation of Interior Presentation Boards between Designers and Laypersons.|
|15.||A Study on the Recognition of Road Plan Shapes in Urban Space.|
|16.||Naoyuki Oi, Hironobu TAKAHASHI, A Comparison between Fluorescent Lamp and LED on the Preference of Indoor Illuminance and Color Temperature:
Scale Model Experiments Assuming Living Rooms, Proceedings of the 6th Lux Pacifica, pp.123-126, 2009.04.
|17.||A COMPARISON BETWEEN FLUORESCENT LAMP AND LED IN THE PREFERENCE OF INDOOR ILLUMINANCE AND COLOR TEMPERATURE :
SCALE MODEL EXPERIMENTS ASSUMING LIVING ROOMS.
|18.||Attribute of participants and their evaluation tendencies in a research of townscape, using Caption Evaluation Method.|
|19.||Creation of the check list of the Beauty in interior design space.|
|20.||Naoyuki Oi, Preferred combinations between illuminance and color temperature in several settings for daily living activities, Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Design of Artificial Environments, pp.214-215, 2007.11.|
|21.||Naoyuki Oi, Hironobu Takahashi, Preferred combinations between illuminance and color temperature in several settings for daily living activities, Proceedings Vol.2, 26th Session of the CIE-Beijing 2007(Beijing, China), pp.D3-178, 2007.07.|
|22.||The Aesthetic Sense of Values and Evaluation Structure in Interior Space
Fundamental Research on Sense of Beauty in Architectural Space of Today's Japanese People.
|23.||The Preference of the Indoor Illuminace and Color Temperature:
Scale Model Experiment Assuming Daily Activity.
|24.||Naoyuki Oi, How Lighting Conditions Affect on Interior Atmosphere?: The Difference among generations of People., Proceedings of the 5th Lux Pacifica, pp.17-21, 2005.07.|
|25.||Naoyuki Oi, Subjective experiments of street lighting fixtures applying glitter on the real streets of residential area, Proceedings Vol.2, 25th Session of the CIE-San Diego 2003(San Diego),, pp.D5 36-39, 2003.06.|
|26.||A study of the influence of visual settings on the evaluation of townscape using slide pictures.|
|27.||Prediction of the others reachable distance: A fundamental study of the perception of the people in the limited space.|
|28.||Naoyuki Oi, Difference between perceived visual objects of townscape in daytime and in nighttime, International Association for People-environment Studies, 2002.07.|
|29.||Determinants of Personal Space in the room: the depth of space and posture:
An experimental study of perception of the others and impression of the room.
|30.||The changes of psychological values with time passage: Studies on the influence of change factors in the evaluation of townscape Part1, Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering, Architectural Institute of Japan, No.453, pp.45-51, Nov., 1993,.|