ENVIRONMENT SENSING PSYCHOLOGY IN A NEW DESCRIPTIVE PATTERN

Рубрика конференции: Секция 6. Искусствоведение. Специальность 17.00.00
DOI статьи: 10.32743/UsaConf.2022.7.34.343557
Библиографическое описание
Погосов А.С. ENVIRONMENT SENSING PSYCHOLOGY IN A NEW DESCRIPTIVE PATTERN// Proceedings of the XXXIV International Multidisciplinary Conference «Recent Scientific Investigation». Primedia E-launch LLC. Shawnee, USA. 2022. DOI:10.32743/UsaConf.2022.7.34.343557

ENVIRONMENT SENSING PSYCHOLOGY IN A NEW DESCRIPTIVE PATTERN

Arthur Pogosov

Associate Professor of Architecture, Design and Ecology  Department, Sochi State University,

Russia, Sochi

 

ABSTRACT

The article describes the existing nature of descriptive patterns, their interaction with each other, with people, reveals the features of environmental feeling. The mechanics of relations in the environmental descriptive pattern is revealed - objects and their properties, dimensions and their properties, creating environmental models. The nuances of the relationship between the subject and the environment are given.

 

Keywords: descriptive pattern, matryoshka, events relief, market environment, roles, imprint, empathy, emotional dynamics, emotional translator, environmental cluster, association, imaginary light, AR/VR, symbiosis, synergy, love, time cycles.

 

DESCRIPTIVE PATTERNS 

The mysterious sense of proportion has occupied philosophers since ancient Greece. The modern world is described by many languages and terms, the task of which is to bring exploited objects and environmental relationships to the top of the citation of civilization for the sake of personal status and economic effect, or simply to maintain a market environment. Various descriptive patterns can simultaneously exist in clusters or in the form of a "matryoshka", can conflict or exist in symbiosis, can develop independently or artificially.

For example: an economic descriptive pattern, an educational descriptive pattern, a design pattern, a social  media network pattern, a psychological descriptive pattern, a mathematically digital, compositional-geometric, marketing, etc.

Building relationships between the objects of the pattern forms the relief of events and the society lifestyle. The creation of new relationships, new objects in a pattern, or new descriptive patterns usually gives an economic boost in development

Objects in a descriptive pattern can be: terms (conventions), real objects, people, phenomena, images, states, environmental qualities, etc.

ROLES

Every second of human society existence  there are people who compose, create the latest object relationships of descriptive patterns: between people and objects, between people and the environment, between people and images, create new descriptive languages for these relationships. Also, every second, but in greater numbers, there are people exploiting existing and archaic relationships and descriptive languages. The most effective and relevant descriptive patterns persist in culture for decades or even centuries.

ENVIRONMENTAL SENSING

Environmental feeling stems from human sensations and basic natural or acquired imprinted images (imprints). Academic compositional, color and other scales can also be connected in the background. But, a sense of proportion and harmony is not only the result of "seen enough" and the presence of a library of images - it begins with empathy, living in a perceived environmental cluster.

A person who thinks in structures, shapes and colors is able to simultaneously observe the transformation of the relationships between them. This happens automatically and all the time. Any relations of objects have their own "color" and these proportions are constantly changing.

During environmental perception, the empathy, the translation of the internal image of balance or another state occur simultaneously, if the subject aims at a different result. At the output, we get an image and broadcast it verbally or graphically.

RELATION MECHANICS IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL DESCRIPTIVE PATTERN

1. OBJECT PROPERTIES

The basic properties of objects represent the basic characteristics of the environment language. There are many properties of objects of the environmental descriptive pattern, but let's highlight some of them:

Table 1.

Object properties

OBJECT

FEATURES

limitation of space

fixation of boundaries as a working field

infinity

dimensionality of absolute quality

personal boundaries of objects

private zone of an object, the contact with which, influence on the image of the environment and catalyze it

points of interaction

the point of maximum interaction with the environment or object, as well as the point of control of the environmental object

real and imaginary speed of fusion and repulsion

dynamic speed of interaction / static speed of interaction.

imaginary “shadow” of an object

the zone of influence of the environmental object, when it enters into which the second object becomes a satellite

imaginary “light” of an object

the zone of influence of the environmental object, in which the second object becomes more expressive

symbiotic

ability to effectively interact

conflicts of an object

aggressiveness or toxicity of an object

 

2. TYPES OF DIMENSIONS IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL DESCRIPTIVE PATTERN

The environment, as a workspace, can represent the whole range of conventional dimensions, such as: line, plane, space, time, AR / VR space. It can also be an associative environment - association through text is the simplest example. There is also an association through images, an association through events.

3. EMOTIONS AND SENSATIONS AS PROPERTIES OF DIMENSIONALITY

Any dimension can have one color or another, such as: joy, triumph, contemplation, restraint, purity, chaos, order, love, sublimity, happiness, security, contagiousness, healing, wisdom, chastity, etc. Dimension properties must be set in the process of modeling the environment - this is the basis of the feeling and is presented in the next chapter.

4. MODELS OF CREATING THE ENVIRONMENT

On the basis of the categories described above, the following mechanics of actions are formed when creating object relations in the environment:

4.1. CLASSIC MODEL

  1. Choose environment
  2. Set the quality of the dimension. Emotion manifests itself in space. Further, the mind draws the details through image libraries and compositional scales
  3. Identify the main environmental clusters and dynamic vectors
  4. Arrange objects in the right proportions and qualities
  5. Set the dynamics of objects as a manifestation of the emotional translators of the environment
  6. If necessary, set time cycles

4.2. DYNAMIC MODEL

  1. Set the emotional dynamics of (multiple) objects through functional tracks
  2. Fix time cycles
  3. Form environmental clusters
  4. Detail the objects in the formed clusters
  5. Reveal the quality of the dimension and the environment. Emotion already exists in space. Next, there is a separation of the environment.

The longer a descriptive pattern exists, the more models of action it can have, and the more accurately it polishes in the general environment.

PEOPLE AS ENVIRONMENTAL OBJECTS. SYNERGY.

The feeling of the recipient, one way or another, extends to people as repeaters of the environment. The isolation of people from the environment is impossible if the connection between them is rooted and is of an economic or everyday production nature. For example, the formation of an environment in the slums of Dharavi (a district of Mumbai, India) will require an understanding of economic relations with the metropolis, an understanding of populations’ mentality, as repeaters of the economic structure that has formed there over the 20th century.

Entering the state of feeling the environment initially changes the environment. The person creating the environment (creator) is an active component, a translator of the new state of the environment. Since perception and translation occur simultaneously, the creator instantly becomes a part of the environment and the system of interconnections in the environment is redistributed. But, here it should be clarified that even the state of inactive observation can cause a redistribution of the system of relationships in the environment. Thus, the initial qualities of the environment incorporated in the modeling can be enhanced due to the synergistic effect.

ENVIRONMENT AS A PART OF THE SUBJECT.

During the observation by the subject of the environment, the sphere of his feeling expands to the boundaries of the environment. Correlation with the environment implies complete empathy and living a different form of perception than outside it, a different functionality, and possibly a change in strategies and action models.

The state of feeling here implies a temporary merging of the subject with the environment, so that the "subject-environment" system for some time becomes the "environment-external environment" system. This allows you to select objectifying vectors and form the required environmental tools.