Holocaust memorialization in augmented reality spaces and metaverse spaces
Holocaust memorialization is important for combating anti-Semitism, Holocaust denial and preserving historical heritage. With technological advances, traditional methods are becoming less effective, especially for the younger generation who are actively using virtual space.

In the near future, augmented reality headsets will become widely available, enabling new forms of interaction with Holocaust Victims' memorials. Users will be able to see them virtually and receive additional information that will create a deep emotional experience.

The use of new technologies will attract the attention of the younger generation and convey to them the significance of historical events. Installing monuments in augmented reality spaces and meta-universes has advantages in reaching a wide audience and presenting information in accessible forms.

Using these spaces allows for virtual trips to Holocaust-related locations and the creation of emotionally intense scenes. This will help to deepen understanding of the horrors of that era and create a desire to prevent similar tragedies.

Thus, it is necessary to work on memorializing Holocaust Victims in augmented reality spaces and meta universes using modern technology. This will help reach the younger generation and inspire them to take an active part in preserving historical memory.

The idea is to place the exposition of Holocaust victims' monuments in augmented reality with the use of tablets with QR codes serving as markers for linking virtual objects to real locations.
To access the virtual exposition it is enough to use a cell phone with a camera and a special application that opens access to the world of augmented reality. This allows you to familiarize yourself with the content of the exposition.

Visitors can go to the page with thematic materials for additional study of the topic. After familiarizing themselves with the exhibition, they are invited to take part in a quiz related to the Holocaust. Successful participants receive a commemorative NFT item.

On the site, you can view information about each Holocaust memorial and open a virtual rendition of it at any location.