New TV viewing experience

            Skyworth wants to make watching television exciting again.

            The television manufacturer has introduced in the Philippine market smart and big-screen TVs that it hopes will provide as good an experience as going to the movies and take  people’s eyes off their tablets, laptops, even smart phones.

            While portability and technology have allowed people to watch their favorite programs wherever they are, Skyworth hopes the technology, including artificial intelligence, that goes into each of its products will show that a large screen still offers a more satisfying viewing experience than handheld gadgets.

            The company promises images will be sharper and more stable, with less or no distortions. State-of-the-art technology also delivers good quality audio.

            The TVs, of course, connect to the internet so people can pretty much do their online activities without using another gadget.

            Mindful of potential visual problems from watching too much television, especially among young children, Skyworth new TV models have added an eye care feature to lessen eye strain. Children can stay close to the unit while watching, with little risk of eye damage. The new TV models reduce exposure to blue light, a major reason for eye strain.

            Skyworth product designers have also kept the recent corona virus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic in mind by developing remote controls – the most frequently handled TV accessory and by different people – with anti-bacterial features.

            Some models have the versatility to be converted from flat to curve TV, with the user able to decide how curved he/she wants the screen to be.

Dance for joy

            Dance enthusiasts, particularly those who like the ballet and prefer to watch live performances, would be happy to know that Ballet Manila is back. It will celebrate the resumption of live performances after months of lockdowns and quarantines because of Covid-19 with “Rise” that will feature excerpts of the opera “La Traviata” in dance and classical and pop music.

            Lisa Macuja Elizalde, the ballet company’s artistic director and chief executive officer, said the show would also be a celebration of the reopening of Aliw Theater, the company’s home base, after it was razed by a fire in 2019.

            Choreographed by Macuja-Elizalde, the “La Traviata” ballet will be performed by Ballet Manila’s resident dancers. Featured singers are Bituin Escalante and Jade Riccio. The full orchestra will be conducted by Gerard Salonga.

            “Rise” will be shown at 8 p.m., Oct. 7, and 5p.m., Oct. 9 at Aliw Theater, Cultural Center Complex, Pasay City.

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