The mayor stressed that it is the first time that a show of this kind has been presented in this part of the country…
MERIDA – Accompanied by his wife María Eugenia Ortíz Abraham, president of the municipal DIF, and his children Alejandrina, Mauricio and Santiago, Merida Mayor Mauricio Vila Dosal inaugurated the Magical Walk installed in the Passage of the Revolution.
It is a floating multimedia tunnel, designed exclusively for that space. It has more than 45 thousand points of LED light, composed of a combination of warm and cold lights that generate a starry sky effect and give life to a simulated celestial vault on the roof of the Passage of the Revolution.
The light show is combined with Christmas music and creates a visual and sound show similar to others that take place in European capitals and other parts of the world.
With this and the lighting of the Christmas tree at the Remate de Paseo de Montejo, the Christmas spirit is all over Merida and families are invited to enjoy and live in safe spaces, said the Mayor.
The new show, which will be available from now until December 17, will feature nightly, starting at 7:30 p.m., Christmas musical shows and interpretation of Christmas carols.
The Magic Walk consists of a metal structure 90 meters long by 12 wide, integrated by 18 modules installed 14 meters above the floor.
The presentation includes garlands with LED technology, composed of a combination of warm and cold light to generate a starry sky effect; technology for the control of programmable light effects with 27 different effects and speed control for ideal synchronization with music.
In addition, the installation was embellished with seven decorative headbands and 300 drops with cut glass effect.
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