Binary elimination is the process of reducing something to two options or categories, and then eliminating one of those options. It is often used in decision-making processes to simplify choices by narrowing them down to the most important or relevant options. In the context of the vestibule metaphor, binary elimination may refer to the idea of making a choice between two options or directions, and then eliminating one of those options as the person moves forward.
3D textures in the brain bring sense of volumes. Textures can be created by visual, auditory, tactile, taste, smell or other senses. So music is spatial, landscape is spatial, reading is spatial (it doesn’t stop at the paper unless you don’t understand it or it’s blank), feeling textures of surfaces is spatial. They create an amazing inner world, overlapping volumes of information you can travel through and modify as you go.
Room metaphor. Vestibule. Building. Object. Reposted one I did going from: Process orientated to (has time stamps in between actions) Goal oriented (has start, finish, with a middle conduit). Object with Context. Object.
The outline of an object can act as a doorway, with the inside being a “vision obscurer”.
Incorporating scaling as a conduit or mixing room, showing how actions can bring a thing from entering the mixing area to exiting at a much larger or smaller scale.
Different choices within a mixing area can be shown by different ports, with multiple doors in a room each leading to a different room or possibly to the same room with differently shaped doorways representing “who can pass” through each door.
Emotional stimuli facilitate time perception in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
“Transition uncertainty” as a concept of being in between two rooms or between inside and outside, being in a room that contains other rooms but only in part and in different amounts depending on where you are in it.
Different cultures have different “vagueness tolerance” or “uncertainty avoidance”.
The gaps between notes in music can act as outer spaces, with the notes being inner spaces, and the beginning and ending of notes being vestibules.
A black box function can be a transition space between input and output.
Inbetweenness and scale, with concepts such as conditionals, filtering, laminar flow, chaos and mixing, gradients, and polar regions leading to binary elimination.
Cultural differences and boundaries,
as vestibules can serve as a metaphor for the cultural boundaries that exist between different groups or societies.
Mental and emotional states,
as vestibules can be used to describe the transitions between different mental and emotional states.
as vestibules can be used to describe the transition between different metaphysical realms or realities.
Life stages and transitions,
as vestibules can be used to describe the transitions between different stages of life or development.
Technology and innovation,
as vestibules can be used to describe the transition between different technological or innovative stages.