Artificial Sky is a concept that refers to the construction of a simulated environment to mimic the natural atmosphere of a given environment. This is most commonly used in the design of outdoor locations, such as parks and gardens, to create the sensation of a natural outdoor atmosphere. Artificial Sky is used to produce a more naturalistic atmosphere, which can be used to enhance the ambiance of an outdoor space. It also provides a more realistic experience for visitors to the space, who may be seeking a more authentic atmosphere than what is available in a built-up urban area.
Artificial Sky, Artificial Environment, Simulated Environment, Naturalistic Atmosphere.
Artificial Sky is an artificial lighting technology that produces an artificial sky indoors by using an array of light fixtures and a ceiling-mounted projection surface. It is usually used to create an immersive, realistic sky inside an indoor space, such as a shopping mall, office building, or other public space. The light fixtures are designed to mimic the sun's natural light, and can be adjusted to create various lighting conditions. The projection surface can be used to create various types of clouds and weather effects. Artificial Sky can provide great value to designers and developers looking to create a unique, immersive environment for their clients.
Artificial Sky, Artificial Lighting, Artificial Environment.
CITATION : "Lauren Moore. 'Artificial Sky.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=189978 (Accessed on March 27, 2023)"
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