Through the Fourth Dimension of Time

Huddled around a microphone in the dimmed room on the second floor of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, twenty orthodox high school girls from Williamsburg, Brooklyn cross-examined Pinchas Gutter. Mr. Gutter, an 80 year old Polish holocaust survivor, sat on a lighted stage surrounded by high-speed cameras and LED lights and answered every query with a minimum of hesitation. He is the first new-age hologram designed through the amazing grace of technology. The exhibit, entitled, Dimensions in Testimony, was developed by The University of Southern California’s Shoah Foundation and the University’s Institute for Creative Technologies. These interactive holograms of Holocaust survivors a

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