Augmented Reality Installation @ Children’s Museum, Belgrade
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
An overview of the first post-genocide tribunal ever held in the nation where the atrocities were committed. It’s Cambodia, a country where a reign of terror decimated more than one quarter of the population more than three decades ago…
Memorialization is an act in the present that expresses our debt to the past and our gift to the future. In acknowledging the nation’s ancestral benefactors, we enshrine examples that can be emulated by generations to come. Thus, memorialization accomplishes the task of cultural transmission.
Using ICTs to preserve and revitalize Indigenous cultures and to promote intercultural dialogue is the aim of UNESCO’s ICT4ID Project.
This paper represents a preliminary evaluation of the pilot projects. Three of the projects focused on film-making; one on heritage management; and one on the making of a documentary and the design of a living cultural archive.