+ 5 ects credits more hypothesis (in the case of neuroarchitecture: influence of the built space on man's emotions -anxiety, stress, fear, joy, relaxation,...-) an appropriate methodology is established in order to determine principles, causes, among others. Tools applied to neuroarchitecture some of the tools applied in neuroarchitecture for data interpretation are: electroencephalograms (studies that allow changes in brain activity to be detected), body sensors (that allow changes in heart rate and rhythm to be measured), eyetracking (consists of the analysis of eye movements), among others.
These tools applied together with other technologies , such as virtual reality, for example, allow the user to be placed in a "virtual" place and measure their e commerce photo editing emotions when faced with a space with certain spatial characteristics (height, shape, color, lighting, dimension, etc.). Etc.). Objective: perception and its effects from our environment we can perceive through the senses different sensations that the brain will interpret and translate into conscious (or unconscious) impressions of the situation that surrounds us. There are environments that, due to their spatial characteristics, give us a feeling of fullness and calm, others, on the other hand, cause anxiety or restlessness.
Neuroarchitecture focuses on determining what are the spatial characteristics (formal and material of the environments) necessary for the user to perceive the space in such a way that the sensations and their corresponding stimuli are in accordance with the function of the building. In short: what is neuroarchitecture looking for? Neuroarchitecture seeks to develop a "more conscious" architecture, an architecture based on science, that responds to the emotional needs of users. Where all the components of the space (lighting, temperature, materiality, color, proportion,...) are selected with a specific purpose in the design and, therefore, respond to a clear intention about the perception and behavior that the user will