The 3-D Hologram Holocaust
The Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie has a “Hologram Holocaust” survivor exhibit. It involves life-like holograms, using cutting-edge technology as part of an exhibit called “Take a Stand.”
There are 13 proclaimed Holocaust survivors who were filmed for the project (seven of whom live in the Chicago area), but Pinchas Gutter is arguably the default mascot for the program.
Pinchas Gutter is a “digital survivor,” though he is a real person; he just has an electronic hologram copy of himself. Gutter 2.0 has become one of the museum’s prototypes for a program that seeks to continue the so-called Holocaust narrative by making holograms of Holocaust aggrandizers to preserve their cockamamie stories. These tall tales were carefully designed to promote themselves among a group of people where victimization equates to status, while also promoting “white guilt,” which has been designed to cripple the will of the Aryans to resist being slaves to Gutter’s people.
White guilt is of paramount importance to the Jews and they damn well sure want the children growing up nowadays, whose grandparents were born after WW2, to be able to have the same crippling experience every generations has had after the war.
“Nothing replaces the testimony of a survivor who is in front of an audience. It really creates this empathy that we don’t see any other way,” says Shoshanna Buchholz-Miller, the museum’s vice president of education and exhibitions. “And we are so blessed that we have that opportunity now, but we’re not going to have that opportunity forever.”
“Holocaust” survivors are elderly and dropping dead like flies. To keep up with times, the “Tribe” will use holograms that can answer audience questions, effectively the way Apple’s Siri voice-recognition system responds to questions by picking up on key words.
“Do you think you were brave during the Holocaust?” a moderator asked Aaron Elster’s 3-D hologram, which answered: “I never considered myself brave or courageous. I just had the audacity, the will, the need to live. Is that courage? Is that bravery? I don’t know. I don’t look at it that way. I look at it as maybe being selfish because I wanted to live while everyone else around me was dying or being killed.”
“The survivors were filmed in a studio in L.A. of which there are only three in the world,” Illinois Holocaust Museum CEO Susan Abrams said. “The survivors were surrounded by over a hundred cameras.”
JTA reported Abram’s said, “It enables the most life-like conversational opportunity that you can possibly imagine.”
Adam Balkin of Digital Trends said in the video below that the technology to turn so-called Holocaust survivors into holograms is very reminiscent of Star Wars, where princess Leia sends word to Obi-Wan Kenobi via a hologram in R2D2. This is odd because George Lucas, the inventor of Star Wars, and Steven Spielberg, the famous director, have worked so closely together. Spielberg’s Shoah Foundation is an organisation dedicated to making and archiving interviews with survivors and witnesses of what Jews deem to be genocide.
USC’s Shoah Foundation, an institute founded by Steven Spielberg, created a new technology that brings inter-generational storytelling and the oral tradition into the 21st century. It’s called New Dimensions in Testimony and it’s first use is to capture the experience of Holocaust survivors so future generations can interact with them.”
“Remembrance is the secret of redemption, while forgetting leads to exile,” Gutter says, quoting Baal Shem Tov, the founder of Hasidic Judaism. He told the Guardian:
For me this whole thing is about not forgetting. Because if you forget, you repeat it over and over again. To me, the great importance of testimony is not to forget what people are capable of.”
Emanuel Maiberg of Vice TV’s Motherboard claims he was at the “Holocaust Museum” and pressed the button to talk to Gutter, then leaned into the microphone and told him: “I don’t believe the gas chambers existed.”
Maiberg said “Gutter sits there and listens to me patiently. He crossfades from an idle animation to his response.”
To someone who has spent five years in hell—a living witness—[people who say] that this did not happen…I believe that they are just as bad as the perpetrators,” he said. “Every one of them should be taken to a court of law because they are in contempt of humanity itself.”
For a hologram program, Gutter is a sanctimonious asshole.
Aaron Herman did a report on the exhibit back in 2013, when the project was in its infancy. I couldn’t get through his video without completely losing it. Herman looks like Andy Bernard, the ‘Nard dog from “Office” (with a yarmulke).
Herman, when he saw the 2-D Hologram of Tupac Shakur doing a live performance with Snoop Dogg on April 15, 2012 at Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Field, instinctively thought, great how do we use the same technology to do gangster rap performances as to teach kids the “Holo-Hoax.” The importance of teaching with hologram holocaust eyewitnesses, according to Herman, is to subdue the so-called Holocaust deniers. Gutter is really a threat to my narrative – Rollie is trembling!
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