Hologram http://nhpr.org en Word Of Mouth 05.04.2013 http://nhpr.org/post/word-mouth-05042013 <p>In this special edition of Word of Mouth: are we catching up with technology? This week we'll explore the very human way we interact with technology; resistance is futile.</p><p> Fri, 03 May 2013 15:47:19 +0000 Rebecca Lavoie 26795 at http://nhpr.org Word Of Mouth 05.04.2013 Holograms Preserve Holocaust Survivor Stories http://nhpr.org/post/holograms-preserve-holocaust-survivor-stories <p>New research by historians at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum reveals the shocking scope of Hitler’s final solution that led to the death of an estimated 15-20 million people and the imprisonment of millions more. It’s an incomprehensible number—42,500 Nazi concentration camps, ghettoes, and labor sites were created leading up to and during World War Two. &nbsp;</p><p>The average age for a Holocaust survivor is 79-years-old, and their carefully documented personal histories may just become that—a record. A new project is working to preserve their first-hand accounts as holograms for museums to educate future generations about the Holocaust. Wed, 06 Mar 2013 16:25:40 +0000 Virginia Prescott 23175 at http://nhpr.org Holograms Preserve Holocaust Survivor Stories How That Tupac Hologram At Coachella Worked http://nhpr.org/post/how-tupac-hologram-coachella-worked <a href="http://www.npr.org/artists/88479205/tupac-shakur" target="_blank">Tupac Shakur</a> was killed more than 15 years ago — three years before the first Coachella Valley Music & Arts festival was held. But thanks to a trick of light, he's probably the single most talked about musician who performed at this year's version of the festival.<p>Except, well, "performed" is a funny word to use. Tue, 17 Apr 2012 22:15:00 +0000 3196 at http://nhpr.org How That Tupac Hologram At Coachella Worked