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Analisis Evaluasi Aplikasi Augmented Reality Untuk Informasi Kebudayaan Bali Berdasarkan Standar ISO 25010 Andika, I Gede; Yanti, Christina Purnama
Jurnal RESISTOR (Rekayasa Sistem Komputer) Vol 1 No 1 (2018): Jurnal RESISTOR Edisi April 2018
Publisher : LPPM STMIK STIKOM Indonesia

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Currently there are still many people of Bali who just know the museum is a place to store historical items but are reluctant to come. Therefore built an application that combines smartphone technology with Augmented Reality so that later can attract people to come visit the Museum of Bali. In order to obtain application results that meet the standards, evaluation is required to assess the quality of an application based on ISO 25010 standards. The software quality standards that are tested are aspects of functional suitability, usability, performance efficiency, and compatibility. Based on the results of all research that has been done, it can be concluded that the quality of Augmented Reality Museum Bali application has met the software quality standards that refer to the ISO 25010 standard. The result of testing the aspect of functional suitability is 100%. Usability aspect got the conclusion that AR Museum Bali application have aspect of learnability, efficiency, memorability, and satisfaction with good category. Performance performance aspect is 3 test and get average response time test 1 is 27.29 ms; test 2 of 38.52 ms; and test 3 of 20.31 ms. The compatibility aspect is 100%.
Mengenal Aksara Bali: Balinese Script Game Education based on Mobile Application Andika, I Gede; Saputra, Daniel Eka; Yanti, Christina Purnama; Indrawan, Gede
Journal of Game, Game Art, and Gamification (JGGAG) Vol 4, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Binus University

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Balinese Scriptwriting, as one of Balinese cultural richness, is going to extinct because of its decreasing use. Governor of Bali expressed concern about the increasingly diminishing interest of the community, especially among the younger generation using it. This research focused on the development of a Balinese Script game education based on a mobile application called Mengenal Aksara Bali. In this research area, Mengenal Aksara Bali offered a solution as an application that is not only for playing but also provided features for learning Balinese Script glyphs (basic syllables and numbers). Mengenal Aksara Bali was implemented by using Construct (a powerful game creator designed especially for 2D games). Through Black Box testing, its functions in the application were running as expected.