2019 Skyscraper Competition
Keyi Shen, Zichao Zhong, Dingyu Li, Jian Yan, Yuan Zhang
As we all know, there are many natural wonders caused by uncontrollable factors such as climate or plate movement. It is likely that after several Centuries, there are no Everest, East Africa Rift Valley, Colorado Grand Canyon, etc.
Just like us now, we are eager to understand what the world before is like, and we can only guess and restore through fossils and incomplete historical documents. No one provides us with an accurate statement. Meanwhile we don’t have a way to document the natural landscape.
So this Skyscraper will play the role of a historical scene recorder and narrator, simulate a real scene for future humans, and let landscape wonders continue.
The skyscraper realizes the simulation of the scene by collecting the physical parameters of the physical scene, such as wind, wind speed, temperature, humidity and other major environmental parameters. With these physical parameters, the simulation is no longer just a simple image show, but let the people experience the most authentic scenes from the senses.
The entire building will be both a data storage center and a scene simulator.
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