Holocaust Museum, new 3-D technology bring survivor stories to life: NDT in the Chicago Tribune

Published: April 27, 2016
Category: News

Chicago Tribune featured work by the USC Shoah Foundation to host interactive survivor stories in a museum setting. The pilot program, hosted by the Illinois Holocaust Museum, was developed by ICT and the  USC Shoah Foundation, in partnership with Conscience Display. The project merges ultra-sophisticated filming techniques, innovative speech-recognition technology and three-dimensional presentation.
“I would expect five years from now many Holocaust museums would have these (interactive) testimonies embedded into their current exhibitions,” said Stephen Smith of the USC Shoah Foundation.