iC-access is a HERA funded project (2016-2019 Humanities European Research Area) meant to open global reflections on the past towards a more inclusive awareness of interdependencies, exchanges and communication of historical interpretations and memorial practices in the 20th century. see more at http://www.campscapes.org/
The consortium members are:
Bergen-Belsen concentration camp recreated with augmented reality. Broadcast by EuroNews Futuris
“We only know that when we get out of here, we must shout out into the world about everything that we have experienced here. Otherwise one cannot live.”
photo: Soon after liberation, camp survivors await their ration of potato soup. Bergen-Belsen, Germany, April 28, 1945. US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Blog by Paul Verschure, published by the European Commission blog, DAE
The British Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip visit the former Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
During her visit to the Bergen Belsen Memorial, she listened while Prof. Paul Verschure (SPECS-lab, ICREA, Barcelona) demonstrated an app that shows what the concentration camp once looked like.
see more at Der Tages Spiegel