Future Memory deals with the conservation of European history and identity. In this context and in collaboration with the research group SPECS we are promoting the development of educational paradigms for learning history using digital and interactive technology. see http://www.belsen-project.specs-lab.com/
EuroNews has recently visited us to understand how a scientific and technological approach has helped to develop a tablet application that uses geo-localisation together with virtual and augmented reality to recreate in 3D the Bergen Belsen concentration camp. The same concept and technology will be used to reconstruct other concentration camps that were build by the Nazi Germany throughout the territories it controlled.
For more insights on Cultural Heritage and the Future Memory project see the blog by Paul Verschure
Here Space of Memory: Conserving, Presenting and Elaborating the Memory of the Holocaust and Nazi crimes originally published by the European Commission blog, DAE, on 21/03/2016 and by the CSN blog http://csnblog.specs-lab.com/ on 23/03/2016
This work was partially supported via the EU project CEEDS