Have you visited the Ayala Museum recently? If not.. You would definitely love to see the Ayala Museum’s permanent collection of 60 handcrafted dioramas collectively dubbed “ The Diorama Experience” while listening to Philippine’s historical events using iPods.
In a ceremony recently held at the museum, Power Mac Center and Chief Executive Officer Lawrence Sison and Ayala Museum Senior Director Mariles Gustilo signed the memorandum of agreement for the bequeathed Apple products.
The iPod touch will replace to the analog players that visitors used to play the diorama audio guides, which provide more detailed narrations (available in both English and Filipino) of historical events and facts relating to each diorama. Of course there’s still traditional tour guides that will lead us around the museum.
Looking to these dioramas while you have the iPod provides a multidimensional experience. I tried it and I more appreciated the exhibit.
What interesting about the detailed narrations, you will really feel the story and easily understand each diorama. The voice behind of diorama audio guides are came from Mari Kaimo (English version) and Cesar Montano (Tagalog).
The management of the Ayala Museum is looking forward to use these devices as well on other exhibits.