Glare Analysis and HDR Photography in Contemporary Architectural Practice

Dear colleague,

You are invited to participate in an online survey on the use of glare analysis and high dynamic range photography in your practice. The objectives of the survey are to better understand what methods are currently being used for analyzing visual comfort in daylit spaces during building design and commissioning, and in how far practitioners have started to use high dynamic range photography as a design analysis technique. This research is being carried out by Rashida Mogri, a student at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University.

We would like you to fill out the following online questionnaire according to your experience. The survey should take approximately 5 minutes. All of the information obtained through this survey will be kept confidential. Your participation in this research is voluntary. Should you decide to participate in the survey, you still reserve the right to end your participation at any time and for any reason, without prejudice. To end your participation, just close your browser. There are no foreseeable risks or costs to you from participating in this research.

Should you have any concerns, questions or suggestions, please contact Dr. Christoph Reinhart at reinhart@gsd.harvard.edu or Rashida Mogri at rmogri@gsd.harvard.edu. This research has been reviewed by the Harvard University Standing Committee on the Use of Human Subjects in Research under file number F20088-101. Any complaints or problems related to the survey may, and should, be reported to the committee (T: +1(617) 495-5459 or E-mail: jcalhoun@fas.harvard.edu).


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