VR and AR expedition

Bringing the immersive tech. to meet the society. 


The research, as well as the development of this mobile game, was seen as a breakthrough in digital technology as it is yet to be produced and made available on digital platform market especially as a game. The design and the gameplay mechanics of “Wow the Wau!” innovate the original method of playing Wau, allowing a new set of experience inspired by local origins for people to learn and enjoy. As a result, this application could play an immense role in preserving and sustaining the traditional game Wau and its historical values.  

Creating interest since young .


kNovasi 2020 is comprised of Teaching and Learning Congress and Innovation Competition. Organised by Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), the two-day event provided a platform for sharing and expanding research and innovations. It also exhibited the latest products and innovation, particularly in teaching and learning.  
“We run this game using three to four functions and these functions include the introduction to the types of Wau as well as the culture and history behind it. For now the game incorporates three types of Wau, however we hope to include every Wau from every state in Malaysia in the future. The game is simple and fun. You play by avoiding the obstacles,” Fairuz explained how the game titled “Wow the Wau!” from the first project works.  




E- Journal    

The project, an Android-based application content, aimed to present the traditional Malaysian game called Wau. The research study aimed to educate people on the history and myth of Wau culture, while at the same time promoting the uniqueness and significance of Wau through mobile games.

The project provided an ingenious solution to preserve the value of the traditional game, Wau. It also carried the national symbol, concordance with the evolving digital game technology worldwide. The overall execution of the Wau mobile game highlighted five main stages, including planning, game design, game development, testing and deployment.

Gold Award for preserving Wau through mobile game 

E- Cinema     Three lecturers from UTAR Faculty of Creative Industries (FCI) took their award-winning project titled “Wow the Wau!” for another test. It was proven worthy when the trio won Gold Award at kNovasi 2020 held at Tenera Hotel, Bangi on 5 and 6 February 2020. The lecturers were Mohd Fairuz bin Ali, Chong Hwei Teeng and Ng Perng Jeu

The project, an Android-based application content, aimed to present the traditional Malaysian game called Wau. The research study aimed to educate people on the history and myth of Wau culture, while at the same time promoting the uniqueness and significance of Wau through mobile games.

 
It is not always easy to blend modern technology with traditional values and beliefs.  
Three FCI lecturers, namely Mohd Fairuz bin Ali, Ng Perng Jeu and Chong Hwei Teeng took up the challenge and presented their projects titled “Educational Mobile Game of Malaysian Traditional Game: Wau” and “A Malaysian Folklore Game Design As A Tool Of Culture Preservation And Entertainment: Toyol” with the aim to bring the traditional game Wau and local myth toyol to the screen of smartphones. The two projects won Silver Awards for Product Prototype and Design Ideation categories respectively. 

Showcasing of passion.

Virtual reality (VR) is a technology which allows a user to interact with a computer-simulated environment, be it a real or imagined one.  


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