The "Tales Of Tainan" uses the well-known National Taiwan Literature Museum (formerly Tainan Prefecture Hall) in Tainan as the core of its story. It guides users, particularly families with children, to various architectural points through the use of interesting and lively storytelling combined with augmented reality (AR) technology. With the help of picture cards, users can unlock points and place the cards in the picture book, allowing them to have a better experience discovering the complete story and the card sequence. Additionally, users can also read the picture book alone to recall the story content. Behind every page, users can find a background picture from the story. Users can put their own pictures to revive the story themselves. During the tour, a LINE chatbot digital guide can be used to communicate with story characters and discover clues to the plot development, gradually getting the pieces together to complete the story. Through firsthand experience of the story at each point, visitors can enhance their understanding of the well-known location: National Taiwan Literature Museum.
The tour not only provides a large amount of historical knowledge and descriptive details of the building, but also uses AR to present the story plot, which can attract children's attention and increase their participation. Children can use the toy camera that is present in our stall to collect photo cards, while adults can scan the AR at designated points. This interactive mode of the tour can improve the interaction between parents and children as well as the quality of outdoor learning. The story plot enriched with AR and visual products enhance children's interest and attention to their visit, reducing the problem of being unable to participate in exhibitions with profound meaning. The "Tales Of Tainan" allows children and parents to play together and learn about Tainan's local culture through a real-life experience.