The Investigation Research of the Group of Active Aging with Experiencing the High-Tech Eco-Travel Interactive Situation


With the rapid aging of the world population trends and technology, Eco-tourism has become one of the elderly's relaxing and travel patterns. This research first begins with scenario approach 'i-Travel' Ecotourism interactive scenarios, and continues with the original design method to conduct the interactive model and simulation. We invited the active aging group for experience, and at last we interviewed to survey the evaluation by backtracking. From the research result, we found that most of the active aging group think it should increase the amount of knowledge, and during the progress, the auditory sense is the most popular one for them. At the last, the modifications this research suggest to the interactive scenario are: (1) Service consultation assist: providing on site servers and interactive experience workstations. (2) Experience process management: within the process we must pay attention to the Active Aging Groups' physical burden and reduce the tightness of experience time. (3) Theme annotation amount: we would ass some more information about animals, plants and historic stories. (4) Scenario content design: strengthen the aural guide and reduce reading burden. For the active aging group, the tourism industry would hope to supply what they require in the interactive scenarios Eco-travel to meet their expectations, and in order to improve service quality and travel experience.

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Guan-Yuan Hunag, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Li-Shu Lu, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

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Conference: ACAH2016
Stream: Humanities - Other Humanities

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