|Ayala Museum Offers Augmented Reality of Philippine History|
Ayala Museum, in partnership with The Harish and Johnsen Group, brings dynamic 3D Augmented Reality experience to its popular Philippine History Diorama exhibition.
The existing dioramas are already amazing as they depict our country's rich history and culture by providing comprehensive visual narrative. But with the new AR feature, your experience will be brought to the next level as it supplements them with realistic sound effects, awesome animations and clear voice narrations.
Enthusiasts as well as casual museum goers can rent the special AR units for only 95 pesos, which they can use within the premises. As of this writing, there are already 18 dioramas that are AR-ready. When you place the AR units in the front of these dioramas, you will be astonished how the historic sceneries come alive.
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The AR project, which is also co-supported by Globe Telecom, Avida Land and Power Mac Center, is bridging the gap between the past and present generations by combining traditional arts and modern digital technologies. Ayala Museum hopes that this solution will help strengthen the nationalism of Filipinos, especially the younger ones.
For more information, you can check www.ayalamuseum.org or visit the museum from Tuesday to Sunday, 9AM up to 6PM and experience it first hand, it is located at Makati Avenue corner De La Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park, Makati City.