The Social Sciences

Year: 2020
Volume: 15
Issue: 12
Page No. 371 - 375

The Digitizing Traditional Balinese Games to Maintain Balinese Traditions and Culture

Authors : Made Agus Dharmadi and I. KetutIwan Swadesi

Abstract: This study aims to develop a website about traditional Balinese games, to maintain the culture and tradition of traditional Balinese games that have been left behind. This website development method uses a system development life cycle consisting of planning, analysis, design, implementation (build and coding), testing and maintenance. The data collection technique used is the method of literature study, documentation study and interview (FGD). Based on the results that have been obtained, it can be concluded that the development of the website has been developed and can be enjoyed by the public by visiting the website address in browsing searches on the internet. The current development has succeeded in developing a website that is modern and attractive and has a distinctiveness that stands out in the field of culture and traditions related to traditional games in Bali. Currently, almost 85% of the website is filled with traditional games from 9 districts in Bali and can be enjoyed in detail regarding: game history, players, game implementation, necessary facilities and infrastructure, dominant physical components and sports opportunities for achievement. The obstacles faced are the difficulty in demonstrating this traditional game to be practiced for taking videos, due to the Covid-19 Pandemic but researchers really hope that on other occasions, video shooting related to this game can be done to complement the website.

How to cite this article:

Made Agus Dharmadi and I. KetutIwan Swadesi, 2020. The Digitizing Traditional Balinese Games to Maintain Balinese Traditions and Culture. The Social Sciences, 15: 371-375.

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