Year 2021, Volume 4 , Issue 1, Pages 38 - 52 2021-01-30

Arayüz Dönüşümü: Gelecekteki İnsan-Bina Etkileşimleri
Transformation of the Interface: Future Human-Building Interactions

Fatih TOPAK [1] , Mehmet Koray PEKERİÇLİ [2]


Binalar, dünyadaki toplam enerji kullanımının yaklaşık %40'ından sorumludur ve bu oran, araştırmacıları yapı sistemlerinin işletilmesi ve kullanılması için yeni yollar üzerinde çalışmaya iten ciddi çevresel kaygılara yol açmaktadır. Akıllı binaların birçok yenilikçi özelliğe sahip son teknoloji ürünleriyle donatılı olacağı değerlendirildiğinde, akıllı binaların insanlarla arasındaki etkileşimlerin geleneksel binalardan farklı olacağı öngörülmektedir. Uzun yıllar boyunca, basit mantık ve fiziksel ara yüzleriyle kullanıcıya karşı neredeyse tamamen şeffaf olan temel bina bileşenleri, bina sakinlerine sıcaklık, aydınlatma ve hava kalitesi dâhil olmak üzere iç mekân çevre koşullarını düzenlemek için gelişmiş fırsatlar sağlamıştır. Bununla birlikte, binaların yakın gelecekte alandaki gelişmelerle birlikte daha fazla otomasyon, akıllı uygulamalar ve yapay zekâyı bünyesine katması beklendiğinden, geleneksel bina ile etkileşim modalitelerinin değişime tabi olacağı ve insanların yapılarla etkileşiminde radikal bir geçiş olacağı öngörülmektedir. Bu araştırma insan-bina etkileşimlerindeki mevcut durumu incelemeyi ve bu alandaki gelişmelere atıfta bulunarak gelecekteki olası değişimlerin ana hatlarını belirlemeyi amaçlamaktadır.
Buildings are responsible for about 40% of total energy use in the world, and this rate leads to serious environmental concerns that have triggered researchers to work on new ways of operating and utilizing built environments. As future built environments are supposed to be equipped with the latest technologies with many innovative features, the interactions between occupants and buildings are expected to be different in intelligent buildings from that of conventional ones. For many years, primitive building components that are almost entirely transparent with their simple logic and physical interfaces provided occupants sophisticated opportunities to regulate indoor environmental conditions, including temperature, lighting, and air quality. However, as buildings are expected to incorporate more automated services, intelligent applications, and artificial intelligence in the near future along with the improvements in the field, it is foreseen that conventional touch-input modalities will be subjected to change and there will be a radical transition in the way people interact with the built environment. This research aims to review the current condition in human-building interactions and outlines the probable upcoming changes by referring to the advancements in the field.
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Primary Language tr
Subjects Architecture
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-0561-359X
Author: Fatih TOPAK (Primary Author)
Institution: ORTA DOĞU TEKNİK ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0001-5888-4265
Author: Mehmet Koray PEKERİÇLİ
Institution: ORTA DOĞU TEKNİK ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : January 30, 2021

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APA Topak, F , Pekeriçli, M . (2021). Arayüz Dönüşümü: Gelecekteki İnsan-Bina Etkileşimleri . GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal , 4 (1) , 38-52 . DOI: 10.37246/grid.820370
MLA Topak, F , Pekeriçli, M . "Arayüz Dönüşümü: Gelecekteki İnsan-Bina Etkileşimleri" . GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal 4 (2021 ): 38-52 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/grid/issue/60130/820370>
Chicago Topak, F , Pekeriçli, M . "Arayüz Dönüşümü: Gelecekteki İnsan-Bina Etkileşimleri". GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal 4 (2021 ): 38-52
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ISNAD Topak, Fatih , Pekeriçli, Mehmet Koray . "Arayüz Dönüşümü: Gelecekteki İnsan-Bina Etkileşimleri". GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal 4 / 1 (January 2021): 38-52 . https://doi.org/10.37246/grid.820370
AMA Topak F , Pekeriçli M . Arayüz Dönüşümü: Gelecekteki İnsan-Bina Etkileşimleri. GRID. 2021; 4(1): 38-52.
Vancouver Topak F , Pekeriçli M . Arayüz Dönüşümü: Gelecekteki İnsan-Bina Etkileşimleri. GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal. 2021; 4(1): 38-52.
IEEE F. Topak and M. Pekeriçli , "Arayüz Dönüşümü: Gelecekteki İnsan-Bina Etkileşimleri", GRID - Architecture Planning and Design Journal, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 38-52, Jan. 2021, doi:10.37246/grid.820370