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Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)
In this paper, we develop a new tool for analyzing visual space along moving paths. Our analyzing method is based on the isovist theory which is known as one of the methods for describing visible space. In addition, our tool generates visual field data using a walk-through system. To calculate the visual field, our method uses z-buffer data that is three-dimensional graphics data for hidden surface removal. We apply this system to a real building for evaluation the applicability. As a result ofdoi:10.3130/aija.78.365 fatcat:arlu4huvhjd33bgfn2opc6gq3m