Holocaust History Told Through Holograms Of Survivors

Holocaust History Told Through Holograms Of Survivors
technology

Innovative 3D technology allows crucial personal stories to be shared at museums all over the world.

Betsy Mead
  • 7 february 2013

Image and credit: Salon

The past is indeed the past, but if New Dimensions in Testimony sets a precedent, future exhibitions could find themselves infused with a new lease on life.

The collaborative effort, currently being developed through the efforts of USC Shoah Foundation and the USC Institute for Creative Technologies, along with Conscience Display, features the projections of a Holocaust survivors. The hologram individuals will respond to questions about their experiences during the terrible time.

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