New technology allows Holocaust survivors to answer the questions of future generations
Over the decades, there have been numerous attempts to document the experiences of Holocaust survivors.
Now, an exhibition called New Dimensions in Testimony, put on by the University of Southern California's Shoah Foundation, using specialized display technologies and natural-language processing, is making it possible for visitors to interact with videos of survivors.
Using dozens of cameras, survivors like Pinchas Gutter, were recorded answering more than 1,500 possible questions. The result is a three-dimensional video of Gutter that is able to interact, in real time, with visitors to the exhibit.