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JBE, vol. 27, no. 5, pp.728-737, September, 2022
A Study on Metaverse Educational Culture Content : Focusing on the Case of Metaverse Moonshin Art Museum
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Metaverse is gaining worldwide interest, and related industries are developing rapidly. In the field of education, students' interest in metaverse is increasing, and education on metaverse-related technologies and services is required. However, since metaverse classes in universities mainly consist of theoretical education and domestic/overseas case analysis education, practical education that can apply metaverse technology to the real world is also necessary. In the cultural field, event contents such as entrance ceremonies and exhibitions are mainly produced for metaverse contents, and it is also necessary to study metaverse contents that can be sustained for a long time by people visiting regularly. In this study, educational contents that can link cultural participation in the real world with cultural participation in the metaverse were studied using the local cultural space as a medium to produce sustainable metaverse contents. The ‘Metaverse Moonshin Art Museum commemorating the 100th anniversary of Moonshin’s birth’ program reinterpreted the real world of Changwon Moonshin Art Museum into a virtual world by collaborating with students on the Roblox. The ‘Expanded Reality Moonshin Art Museum’ program created an expanded Metaverse art museum that transcends time by augmenting the deceased Moonshin artist in the museum’s exhibition space using HoloLens. For students studying culture-related majors, an educational program that combines metaverse education and practical training was conducted, and it is planned to be supplemented and used as a teaching plan.
Keyword: Metaverse, Roblox, Extended Reality, Moonshin, Education
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