technology brings images of holocaust survivors to life - interactive whiteboard technology

by:ITATOUCH     2020-03-24
technology brings images of holocaust survivors to life  -  interactive whiteboard technology
Max Glauben, 17, has lost his mother, father and brother in the hands of the Nazis, when American troops rescued him in his death March from a German concentration camp to another concentration camp.
Memories of Dallas residents surviving as Polish Jews in Warsaw's slums and Nazi concentration camps are now preserved, which will allow generations to ask questions about his image.
Monday's 91-year-old Glauben is the latest Holocaust survivor recorded in this way by the University of Southern California School Foundation.
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The headquarters Foundation has recorded 18 interactive testimonies with Holocaust survivors over the past few years, and executive director Stephen Smith said they are working to add more, seek the diversity of experience and testimony in various languages.
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