Urban Wayfinding and the Brain: new moves, fresh perspectives
Urban wayfinding and human navigation methods are being informed by new research and developments in neuroscience.
On 14 June, the Urban Wayfinding and the Brain event hosted by the Royal Institute of Navigation and University College London (UCL) with Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) presented the latest of these critical thinking studies to an interdisciplinary audience covering transport, architecture, planning, academic, corporate and start-up sectors.
With the aim of sharing information and pooling resources, the conference bridged the gap between sectors that have a shared interest in developing human navigation in ever more complex settings.
For a full report by Bernadette Fallon, Knowledge Transfer Network, please go to the KTN link below.