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The purpose of this research was to develop of Thai traditional therapeutic massage and manipulation book on signaling points of court type Thai traditional massage in Augmented Reality Technology Medium. There were 4 steps in the process: 1) problem condition analysis 2) development 3 ) trial 4 ) evaluation. The sample group consisted of 2 groups: the situation analysis group of 1 1 people and the experimental group of 30 people. Data were collected between September 2020 to October 2020. The tools used to collect data include were 1) in-depth interview questions 2) group discussion questions 3 ) Thai handicraft book on royal court-style reflexology in AR format 4 ) quality assessment form 5) Knowledge test 6) Satisfaction Assessment Form. Data were analyzed by content analysis, frequency distribution, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and paired samples t-test. The result of this study revealed that there was no suitable modern medium for students of the 21st century for 1-5 Signals of Thai Traditional Therapeutic Massage (Royal Court Type Massage) study. Therefore, a 59-page book of Thai craftsmanship on the royal court's reflexology has been developed. The contents contained characters and animations accompanying the narrative sound. After experiment, it was found that the sample students had more knowledge than before using the statistical significance at the 0.05 level and the overall satisfaction was at the highest. (4.46 ± 0.50). The result of this study aimed at the development of Augmented Reality Technology medium in order to facilitate the students’ learning with handy information source which was easy for review at any time and provides illustrations of various systems—skeleton, muscle, nerve, blood circulation, symptom solutions, and treatment by pointed massage. This study revealed educational technology medium on 1 -5 Signals of Thai Traditional Therapeutic Massage was suitable modern medium for students of the 21st century study.
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