Exploring the 360o Panoramic in the Printmaking Studio through Virtual Tours
Keywords:Exploring, Panoramic, Printmaking, Studio, Virtual Tours
The printmaking in Malaysia encompasses various techniques, including relief print, intaglio print, screen printing and lithography. The technique of the printmaking artwork is conventional. According to the research produced, this focuses on the introduction of materials and equipment in printmaking through a 360 panoramic exploration of the printmaking studio through virtual tours. The objective of this research is to clearly understand the material and equipment information available in the printmaking studio. The method used in this research is through the development process using Pano2VR as well as the multimedia development model. The results of this study found that clearly obtained information about the materials and equipment available in the printmaking studio, knowing about the use of the machine more regularly, Meanwhile, the rules displayed through the virtual tour method are clearer. However, virtual tours offer benefits but cannot replace real experiences. Technology's continuous development makes them increasingly important in modern life, but they cannot replace real experiences.
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