kcisa_(한국문화정보원). These are Korean Props collected by digitizing 5 types of traditional folk music costume, 17 types of traditional musical instruments, 39 types of weapons, and a stone pagoda located in Gangwon-do.
We were able to make these props with the cooperation of the National Gugak Center of Korea, the Gangwon-do Cultural Heritage Research Institute and the Army Museum.
The Korean traditional folk music costume included in the project are named as follows : Geommubok, Cheoyongmu, Daechwita, Dong-gi and Chunaengjeon. Furthermore, those are uploaded to CLO Virtual Fashion's Connect where simulation can be applied through CLO program.
The musical instruments are called Geongo, Gyobanggo, Dangjeok, Dajaeng, Yonggo, Jeju Shamanic Janggu, Muljanggu, Sajanggu, Tewak, Mokgodong, Gayageum, Geomungo, Yogo, 8-Hyungeum and Drum.
The clothing and musical instruments were produced based on data derived from the National Gugak Center.
Below is the URL of the National Gugak Center
Weapon assets were created based on scan data from exhibits at the Army Museum.
Below is the URL of the Army Museum. https://museum.kma.ac.kr:462/sites/museum/index.do
Stone pagoda assets are stone pagodas designated as treasures in Gangwon-do. It was produced based on the scan data of the Gangwon-do Cultural Heritage Research Institute.
Below is the URL of the Gangwon-do Cultural Heritage Research Institute.
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