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首个汉语普通话“证言新维度”展示项目 在侵华日军南京大屠杀遇难同胞纪念馆揭幕

Fri, 12/29/2017 - 9:59am -- josh.grossberg

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中国 南京 - 2017年12月13日 - 作为南京大屠杀80周年纪念活动的一部分,南加州大学犹太大屠杀基金会于国家公祭日当天在侵华日军南京大屠杀遇难同胞纪念馆揭幕首个汉语普通话“证言新维度”交互式幸存者证言。

 

这是 “证言新维度”项目在美国以外的首次永久性展示,以南京大屠杀幸存者夏淑琴老人为主角。她是本项目迄今为止唯一一位非纳粹犹太大屠杀幸存者的采访对象。

天府银行和天府集团为本次“证言新维度”项目的制作提供了慷慨捐赠。

本演示项目是重新布展的侵华日军南京大屠杀遇难同胞纪念馆核心展示区域的一部分。“证言新维度”运用突破性的自然语言分析软件,让观众得以与大屠杀幸存者的录制影像进行互动。通过复杂的算法,这些影像可以实时回答观众提问,让观众可以与幸存者进行身临其境的交流。

New Dimensions in Testimony has been a work of passion for USC Shoah Foundation since 2010. After years of development at the University of Southern California including with USC Institute for Creative Technologies and with content developer Conscience Display, the program is now reaching audiences in museums around the world.

The Remembering Machine

Tue, 09/19/2017 - 12:00am -- josh.grossberg

The University of Southern California Shoah Foundation, known for its work preserving genocide survivor testimonies, had embarked on a new project: interactive three-dimensional recordings of Holocaust survivors, to allow people to continue speaking to them long after they are gone. I wanted to know more.

Technology tells survivors' stories at Illinois Holocaust Museum

Sun, 04/30/2017 - 12:00am -- josh.grossberg

The Illinois Holocaust Museum is using new technology to tell the stories of 13 Holocaust survivors, including 7 from Chicago. The technology takes first-hand survivor accounts to create interactive holograms, which allow for visitors to ask questions and get answers - long after the survivors have passed on.

What If You Could Speak to a Holocaust Survivor? Now You Can

Fri, 04/28/2017 - 12:00am -- josh.grossberg

As the Spanish-American philosopher George Santayana once said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” This warning has quickly become a staple of history classes around the world, and is why it’s so important to acknowledge the wrongful actions of our past. However, reading about genocide and war in a history book isn’t quite as powerful as hearing it talked about by veterans and survivors.

Over the past few years, USC Shoah Foundation has embarked upon two interactive media projects which have already emerged as groundbreaking endeavors in the field – the “New Dimensions in Testimony” project, and this year’s The Last Goodbye immersive virtual reality experience that has made waves at the Tribeca Film Festival’s Virtual Arcade.

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