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Articles by Surachai Suksakulchai
Total Records ( 5 ) for Surachai Suksakulchai
  Anucha Watanapa , Sittichai Kaewkuekool and Surachai Suksakulchai
  Visual inspection is a crucial process in industrial quality control. Visual inspection primarily relies on the inspector’s performance which can be influenced by many factors. The purpose of this study is to identify, the most suitable search pattern and training pattern for visual inspection of a 3D simulation model. The program was set to create a 3D task to measure the visual inspection search patterns. The sampling group was screened for performance and efficiency, 48 students were selected for the experiment and were divided into two groups a systematic rotation pattern group and a free rotation pattern group, respectively. The results showed that the search pattern that produced the best performance from the inspector for visual inspection of a 3D simulation model was systematic horizontal search with systematic rotation.
  Settachai Chaisanit and Surachai Suksakulchai
  The digital talking book is a significant technology for the print disabled community to access information or printed media. Many libraries and relevant agencies have launched the development of digital talking book services. DAISY (Digital Accessible Information System) is the published standard for the distribution of digital audio books and provides much easier access to content for the print disabled. However, the cost associated with using the standard is very high and there are also other problems in that it is time consuming to develop and requires a number of volunteers. The impact of these factors led the researchers to develop the Online Participatory DAISY talking book production System (OPDAISYS). The OPDAISYS describes a computer system that enables the interactive online presentation of DAISY books over the internet. The system operates in conjunction with internet technology by creating an opportunity for people to participate and share in the production of digital talking books. The components of OPDAISYS include content management, audio recording, audio improvement, DAISY automatic generate and online sharing and delivery module. The procedures were researched and evaluated by eleven expert reviews and a field experiment of sixty volunteers and thirty prints disabled. The results showed that the main goal of project had been achieved. The OPDAISYS provides excellent potential for the production of digital talking books. The system is easy, effective access to information and also implies an integrated performance of production method that can be upgrade to new versions of DAISY in the future.
  Nuttaya Iam-Khong and Surachai Suksakulchai
  The aim of this research was to design and develop a website, technology and method for assisting Hearing Impaired (HI) people to learn Thai vocabulary. The website included a new word module, a translation and voting module to determine the most popular sign language interpretations. The most preferred will become the Thai sign language standard for teaching Thai vocabulary. The sample groups were selected by purposive sampling of 30 hearing impaired students in grades 5th who know Thai sign language and 9 expert reviewers who also understand Thai sign language. The experimental sample was divided into 2 groups: An expert group and a user group. The expert group completed two questionnaires: certification of the User Interface (UI) and preference of Thai sign language word interpretation standard. The user group also completed 2 questionnaires: user satisfaction with the UI and user test of the learning content to determine their learning outcome. This research was analyzed using descriptive statistics (Mean, SD, percentage and t-test). The results showed that the experts have accepted and certified the UI and also the content. The experts preferred the sign language standards which were most effective in explaining Thai vocabulary to HI learners. Those standards selected by the experts were 62.40% from the invented sign language words from the Setsatian School for the Deaf, 28.92% were sign language equivalents used by the Thailand Association of the Deaf Institute and 7.68% were sign language translations for Thai vocabulary from other schools. The users also accepted and certified the UI and content. The results also indicated that the HI student user’s learning outcome was improved after using this system to learn Thai sign language vocabulary. The data were analyze utilizing statistical t-test at p<0.01 level.
  Ratchadawan Nimnual and Surachai Suksakulchai
  This study presents an application of Collaborative learning for Packaging technology using Virtual Reality (COPVR). The COPVR was divided into two steps, Pattern Packaging (PP) and Material Packaging (MP). The PP was designed to let students to practice their thinking by finding and matching a Pattern model of an unknown package with a set of 3D packages with which are randomly selected from the system. If they cannot choose correctly, the score will be deducted from their total scores. In addition, the system also provides material and pattern packaging tutorial such as a material selecting and other information and for second game, the MP, students are selected an appropriate material of packages for each products from program randomly and the selecting steps were controlled by the system in which students must selected a correct material of each product. If they can select correctly, the system will show the result and score increase. On the other hand, if students select a wrong material, the system will give the students a warning and their scores will be deducted. After students pass the COPVR system, they can understand in material packaging and can design the good pattern of packaging. Then this system was evaluated by five experts. The index of Item Objective Congruence (IOC) is 0.82. The program was corrected and improved before trial with a target group. The target groups of this study consisted of 24 packaging students and they were selected by simple random sampling. This study describes some approaches to provide the VR game-based learning system discusses problems, experiences and presents an outlook for the virtual game and collaborative learning of packaging technology for students in the future. However, the result showed that students can select the good packaging material and design the pattern in a good level. Finally, the assessments of the performance of the program are presented.
  Samphan Chandee and Surachai Suksakulchai
  Hearing disabilities may be significantly limited in their ability to recognize and process information, especially the types of information as it is currently presented in basic educational curriculums in Thailand. They may be slower than normal children in acquiring the knowledge and skills they are expected to learn from the core curriculum of basic education. Hearing impaired children are dependent on specific factors in their environment for successful learning and individual development yourself to reach the same level of achievement as normal children. To identify these factors and propose, a method for teaching the hearing impaired which recognizes these factors and is adapted for the specific learning requirements of the hearing impaired is the purpose of this research. Educational elements and other conditions which affect the achievement of hearing impaired children were studied in a population of students who have defective hearing at the School for the Deaf in Bangkok and its vicinity. A sample of 195 students from grade levels 1-6 was selected. Research approaches included data collection using questionnaires, forms, interviews as well as discussion groups and workshops that included a sign language interpreter. These techniques were used to elucidate and assist in analyzing the collected data related to the factors influencing the learning achievement of the hearing impaired students. The resulting analysis revealed that the main elements that affect the achievement of the hearing could be divided into four categories, namely: characteristics of the teacher, learning environment, quality of family life and educational support.
 
 
 
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