As part of the 2010 museum upgrade we worked with technology consultants from Philology to create state-of-the-art interactive displays designed to help us keep the survivors’ voices and stories alive in the museum, long after they themselves are able to be in the museum. The vision was to present traditional storytelling with a 1930s aesthetic to the iPod generation.  The users navigates their own paths through the original documents and survivor testimony contained within each interactive kiosk, each person creating his or her own experience.