Pembuatan Aplikasi Pembelajaran “Ikatan Kimia” dengan Memanfaatkan Augmented Reality

Timotius Reinaldo Widodo, Alexander Setiawan, Silvia Rostianingsih

Abstract


One of the interesting technologies today that can be developed on a smart phone is Augmented Reality (AR). AR is capable of supplying information that is easy to understand by the users. The benefit above can be used to make a learning application to support a learning process. One lesson that can make use of this technology is chemistry, specifically about chemical reactions.

On this thesis, a chemical reactions learning application that utilizes library vuforia and Unity by using C# programing language will be made. Along with the 3D object creation is made by an application called Blender.

Test result shows that applications that are made by using library vuforia and Unity can run well. High school students are able to picture the chemical reactions by using this application.


Keywords


Augmented Reality, Vuforia, Unity, Chemical.

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