“Transformative,” people’ final stop prior to receiving an customized readout of their experience.
When guests see”A Space for Being,” we ask them to place on these specially-made bands that capture how they react to each room. Before their data is deleted from the group, each user receives a customized printout describing the distance where they felt “at ease” Photo credit: Maremosso Studio.
The first of the three spaces for being, also known as”Essential.”
Neuroaesthetics gives technological backing to what designers have known: design matters. It that our team of hardware designers built our Produced by Google products using certain colors, such as textures, and the Not Pink hue option for Pixel 3 telephones, such as the cloth base on the Google Home Hub. We constantly strive to build products that fit seamlessly into your life, and cause you to feel”at ease”
These responses are our bodies’ responses to our environment, whether it’s something we see, odor, touch, taste or listen. Designers intuitively look at these sensory inputs to evoke certain feelings in people. A field of research that investigates the effect of aesthetic encounters on biology, neuroaesthetics, provides insight into which inputs evoke responses that are specific. It is the reason your heartbeat may change your energy level could change dependent on the colors around you and when fabrics touch.