Designing Illustration System for Archeological Information by Augmented Reality: A Case of Prasat Khao Lon, Sakaew

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Kawin Ngamchindavongse
Chawee Busayarat
Kittisak Arpornwicharnop

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Archeological information presentation is a key factor of architectural valorization for tourist or people who interested in historical monuments. At present, information technology plays a huge role in historical monuments presentation. Most of 2D information system only allow users to visualize architectural element with limitation, compared to real building or physical model. Architectural physical model is more tactile, which allow users to easily understand spatial information. The objective of this research is to create information technology system for historical monuments presentation using augmented reality and 3D printing technology. This allow the system users to understand archeological information beyond limitation of current presentation system, such as building modification in a period of time and space. It also creates new experience in architectural study. Our experimental site is Prasat Khao Lon, Sakaew Province. This castle is partially collapsed, which is suitable to our presentation system that can visualize miss part of the building.

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