Members of the Wayfinding Lab, Jessica Miller and Lesley Laver, recently visited the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich. They provided consultation regarding the current wayfinding behaviour of visitors and suggested improvements for signage. Using a precision mobile eye-tracker they were able to monitor where visitors looked on entering and leaving each building, providing a fascinating insight into people’s...
Journal of NeuroScience accepts paper: Maladaptive bias for extrahippocampal navigation strategies in aging humans”
The Journal of Neuroscience has just accepted our paper “Maladaptive bias for extrahippocampal navigation strategies in aging humans”.
In this paper we (Jan wiener, Oli de Condappa, Mathew Harris & Thomas Wolbers) present a novel navigation paradigm to investigate the impact of cognitive ageing on selection and preferences of navigation strategies. The paper will be...
The Psychology department is now looking for an exceptional candidate to take up a fully funded PhD in Dementia friendly architecture. To read more about the project and apply, click here.
The Wayfinding Team has received £50,000 to set up a new VR-eye-tracking lab. The new lab will be powered with cutting-edge graphics equipment, 120″ 180-degree screen setup and powerful stimuli-rendering software.
Jan Wiener presented wayfinding work at the BNA Christmas Symposium at the Royal Society