We came across a video on the BBC website, documenting how Auschwitz survivor Eva Schloss’s story has been preserved through virtual reality. This is a fascinating example of how human memories can be documented and accessed using new technologies and how these technologies can better help generations to come to empathise with and understand important experiences of the past.

Eva Schloss was asked 1,000 questions on 116 cameras, which were used to preserve her story in order that future generations can access and understand this vital history. Watch the video on the BBC website here.

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