A4M-Chair in Baker-Miller Pink

This arm chair was used to showcase how AR tech could be used for visualization throughout the design process while also speculating how it could be used in interior design and laying out living spaces.
Designed to pacify the human mind through subconscious manipulation, Baker-Miller Pink is a well known shade that is scientifically proven to reduce hostile, violent or aggressive behavior. Alexander Schauss first coined this shade of pink in 1978, positing that one's color choices reflect corresponding changes in their endocrine system, with this particular shade having the most profound effect.

An example of using the Microsoft Hololens 2 to iteratively design in two dimensions at once. 

XR visualization through Microsoft's HoloLens 2​​​​​​​

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