Within a limited time until June 15, the Aguinaldo Shrine is being presented in a new light through a monumental lighting and video mapping show — seen as an upgrade in the standards of national shrines in the country.
The lighting program on the 170-year old house in Kawit, Cavite consists of two segments: the permanent lighting with sounds of the structure and the video mapping technology, which employs digitally-produced images based on the architectural lines of a structure to narrate the history of the Philippines.
“The lighting and video mapping show of the Aguinaldo Shrine is the first time that it will be displayed on a national heritage site in our country,” said Rebecca Labit, director for the Department of Tourism Region 4A.
The 30-minute video mapping show has been running since June 11 and will last until June 15. Guests can see the show at 7:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m., and 9:30 p.m. In between the shows, guests can view the permanent lighting with sounds of Aguinaldo Shrine.
The project is implemented through the expertise of OptimumShow Philippines, Inc.
An Independence Day initiative of the local government unit of Kawit, Cavite and the Department of Tourism, the project is funded by the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority.