(FOX) -- BEACHWOOD, Ohio – Stanley Bernath is a 92-year-old Holocaust survivor, among a few still alive. New technology will allow people to hear his heart-wrenching experience firsthand for decades, maybe even centuries – via an interactive hologram.
As survivors of the Holocaust continue dying off, researchers have looked for ways to tell their stories to future generations – but not just in books or movies. Researcher in the U.S. have come up with an interactive experience that makes users feel like they are having a conversation with a survivor – in real time.
"We are really in the last generation that’s going to benefit from hearing directly from Holocaust survivors,” Kia Hays, a program manager at the University of Southern California's Shoah Foundation, told Fox News.
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