// GAGA by Garvin Goepel is an Architectural-Research and Mixed-Reality initiative.
GAGA believes that Augmented-Reality has the ability to enhance human capacities to participate in complex processes through simplified instructions - instead of surrendering human skill to automation in manufacturing. Augmented construction workflows suggest future abilities to democratize skill through simple and intuitive holographic instructions that do not require professional training. GAGAs research advances studies in collaborative holographic-driven construction, expands opportunities for technology-infused craftsmanship and reflects on workflows that replace conventional paper drawing-based communication with holographic instruction.
mixed reality based fabrication
Garvin Goepel augmented-reality mixed-reality augstruction
// peer reviewed paper
Garvin Goepel, Kristof Crolla. 2021.
„SECRET WHISPERS & TRANSMOGRIFICATIONS: A case study in online teaching of Augmented Reality technology for collaborative design production“ In PROJECTIONS - Proceedings of the 26th CAADRIA Conference - Volume 2, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Online, Hong Kong, 29 March - 1 April 2021, pp. 21-30
Fong, Jacky Chun Hin., Chung Hei Ho, Wing Sze Ngan, Adabelle Long Wun Poon, Garvin Goepel and Kristof Crolla. 2021.
“Augmenting Craft with Mixed Reality: A Case Study Project of AR-driven Analogue Clay Modelling.” In Distributed Proximities Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA) - In progress
Garvin Goepel, Kristof Crolla. 2020.
„AUGMENTED REALITY-BASED COLLABORATION - ARgan, a bamboo art installation case study“ Proceedings of the 25th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, Bangkok. pp. 313-322
Kristof Crolla, Garvin Goepel. 2020.
Proceedings of the 25th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, Bangkok. pp. 510-518 Bangkok
Garvin Goepel. 2019.
In ACADIA conference 2019 on Ubiquity and Autonomy. University of Texas, Austin
// project publication
Archiprix: Edition Santiago Chile 2019.