3D Visualization Design for WebVR-based Job Fair Information System
Keywords:3D Model, Virtual Reality, WebVR, Job fair, A-Frame.
Virtual reality (VR) is a technology that displays a virtual world at the same time as the real
environment. Several studies related to the application of virtual reality technology include motivation, experience
and understanding. One of the technologies used in this research is the development of VR on the web or called
Web VR. This framework can be embedded in the job market information system (SIMJOF). Web Virtual Reality
can be patented in a web environment and can interact with queries to produce a more dynamic web. Web VR is
an implementation of Virtual Reality on a website without using additional technology such as VR glasses. Web
VR implementation using A-Frame technology which is a web framework for building virtual reality experiences
with html and entity components. In this study, Virtual Reality is used to describe the state of the job market in
the Polymedia virtual space. Users will be invited around to visit the boot of each company. In addition, users can
access information related to company profiles and job listings. 3D animation created using Blender software. 3D
models are created to depict the real job market environment. The Job Fair was held at the Polimedia Hall Tower
E, the State Polytechnic of Creative Media. The job fair environment consists of the building environment, stage
environment, stand environment, people, and attributes. The virtual tour is linked to a navigation bar listed in the
submenu of the website. Functional testing of the application using alpha testing shows that the functions on the
virtual tour (virtual reality) menu can work well (Fulfilled/T).
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