The National Holocaust Centre and Museum in Nottinghamshire, UK aimed to capture individual testimonies, secure artifacts and gather historical information, to bear witness to the atrocities of the Holocaust. Bright White, an innovative and creative design consultancy, were responsible for the filming, software development and integration, with Electrosonic subcontracted to engineer, deliver and install the presentation system and a specialist interactive developer, D3t, subcontracted to deliver the speech recognition technology.
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