Anyone else going to Ayala Triangle Gardens in Makati City soon? You’re in for a treat because the annual lights show in the city now has a free 3D video mapping show that anyone can watch for FREE! That’s two times the fun – dancing lights and video mapping every night!
Epson Philippines Corporation, in partnership with Ayala Land, is hosting this year’s Carol of Lights – a breathtaking 3D video mapping show that is inspired by the world’s most iconic ceiling murals from local and international churches such as Italy’s Sant’Andrea della Valle and the Sistine Chapel. Designed by G.A. Fallarme and conceptualized with Henk-Gert Lenten, the intricate light show is projected using Epson’s powerful EB-L25000U and versatile EB-L1755UNL laser projectors.
SCHEDULE AND LOCATION
The 3d video mapping show takes place every 30 minutes from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM daily, in between the lights show at the Ayala Triangle Gardens. Guests’ attention are redirected from the colorful Christmas lights-filled trees to the dome of Tower One and Exchange Plaza and then back to the gardens again. This is the first time that a different play of lights was introduced in the annual lights show. It’s an amazing choice, if you ask me! We can only wish that they had a longer run time because it’s just so amazing to see blue skies and colorful fireworks on the sky-like dome without the need to actually pollute the air.
“We thank Ayala Land for this wonderful opportunity to brighten up everyone’s Christmas using Epson’s world-class 3LCD projectors,” shares Eduardo Bonoan, Epson Philippines’ General Manager for Marketing Division. “We look forward to leveraging our visual innovation technologies and transforming more venues into immersive, spellbinding art displays that create incredible experiences for customers.”
Feast your eyes on its beauty at Tower One and Exchange Plaza until January 12, 2020! Just pin “Ayala Triangle Gardens” or “Tower One Exchange Plaza” via Grab or go down the Ayala Station of MRT to see the lights show.
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