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A VR film on Rizal’s final moments is absolutely free to stream

Jose Rizal’s death might just be another passing holiday for Filipinos but not to put history aside and the selfless efforts the national hero made, we could honor and commemorate him more by watching this free 360-degree, immersive film titled “The Execution of Rizal” care of Ayala Museum.

Virtual reality, what’s good? With the “diorama virtual reality experience,” you can use the arrow keys to move your view as the playback is happening, making the important rendering of this piece of Philippine history as panoramic as it is riveting. You can also wear your headphones to better enjoy the audio.

Only two days left to watch it exclusively on Ayala Museum’s YouTube. This is the Makati-based museum’s first venture into VR to not only bolster audience appeal from younger audiences but also to keep up with the tide of hi-tech viewing technologies.

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Photo from from Ayala Museum’s poster


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