Augmented Reality for Holocaust Education: Augmenting the journey of Kindertransport

About this project

The purpose of this project is to develop an Augmented Reality Learning Experience for the National Holocaust Centre & Museum that will educate new audiences on the Kindertransport (an operation by the United Kingdom to evacuate Jewish children from German controlled territories just prior to the declaration of war). This project seeks to research how impactful Augmented Reality is at creating long-term memories when compared to traditional learning methods.

You can view the journey being augmented on the website.


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