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IDENTIFYING THE EFFECT OF REVIEWERS’ EXPERTISE ON DESIGN REVIEW USING VIRTUAL REALITY AND DESKTOP INTERFACE

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 June 2020

N. Horvat
Affiliation:
University of Zagreb, Croatia
S. Škec
Affiliation:
University of Zagreb, Croatia
T. Martinec
Affiliation:
University of Zagreb, Croatia
F. Lukačević
Affiliation:
University of Zagreb, Croatia
M. M. Perišić
Affiliation:
University of Zagreb, Croatia
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Abstract

This paper suggests that analysing the effect of visualisation technologies during design reviews should include variables related to design reviewers’ expertise and focus on the process variables rather than the outcomes. The experiment showed better averages in terms of design understanding for groups in desktop interface than for groups in virtual reality. However, the observed difference might also be due to experience with the technology. Finally, regardless of the visualisation technology, higher expertise group showed consistently better design understanding than lower expertise groups.

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