Desain Prototipe Sistem Alat Peraga Pendidikan Hologram 3D Portabel dan Interaktif dengan Kendali Gestur Tangan

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Abstract. The use of three-dimensional (3D) hologram technology as a learning medium has several challenges to be used in classrooms interactively, portable, and can be seen directly without visual aids for 3D hologram objects. This study designs a prototype of an educational teaching aid system that utilizes 3D Hologram Fan LED display technology and hand gesture sensors to answer the challenges of system design so that it can be used learning medium. The research method includes the stages of technology review, tool design, software development, tool testing, and evaluation of all research stages. The results show that this prototype has a portable design and can be used in an interactive classroom with the average response time of 3D holographic object display on hand gesture control of 1.2 seconds. The 3D hologram object displayed by the prototype of this teaching aid system can be seen directly and clearly at a distance of 0.5 to 7.7 meters.

Keywords: Object 3D Hologram, Hand Gesture, Educational Teaching Aid Prototype, Interactive, Portable.


Abstrak. Pemanfaatan teknologi hologram tiga dimensi (3D) sebagai media pembelajaran memiliki beberapa tantangan agar dapat digunakan di ruang kelas secara interaktif, portabel, dan dapat dilihat secara langsung dengan jelas tanpa alat bantu penglihatan objek hologram 3D. Penelitian ini mendesain prototipe sistem alat peraga pendidikan yang memanfaatkan teknologi penampil Fan LED Hologram 3D dan sensor gestur tangan untuk menjawab tantangan desain sistem agar dapat digunakan sebagai media pembelajaran. Metode penelitian meliputi tahapan kajian teknologi, desain alat, pengembangan perangkat lunak, dan pengujian alat serta evaluasi dari seluruh tahapan penelitian. Hasil penelitian memperlihatkan bahwa prototipe sistem alat peraga
pendidikan memiliki desain yang portabel dan dapat digunakan di ruang kelas secara interaktif dengan waktu tanggap tampilan objek hologran 3D terhadap kendali gestur tangan rata-rata sebesar 1,2 detik. Objek hologram 3D yang ditampilkan oleh prototipe sistem alat peraga ini dapat dilihat secara langsung dengan jelas pada jarak antara 0,5 sampai dengan 7,7 meter.
Kata Kunci: Objek Hologram 3D, Gestur Tangan, Prototipe Alat Peraga Pendidikan, Interaktif, Portabel.

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2022-04-01