The world’s first multimedia tombstone
On one of the graves in the cemetery of Maribor, Slovenia got a unique monument with a large touch screen on which you can watch photos and videos.
Such an unusual headstone was installed on the grave of a man named Janez Mlakar, who, judging from the inscriptions on the monument, died in 2000. Developed interactive tombstone local company Bioenergija together with Professor, University of Maribor Milan Sormano. Its main feature — touch display with a diagonal of 48 inches, on which you can watch photos and videos with the participation of the deceased or any other multimedia content.
If the sensors notice next to a tombstone visitor, the screen will automatically start playback of the specified content that after he left, off to save electricity. The cost of multimedia gravestones from the company Bioenergija is three thousand Euro and, according to the developers, they have received several orders for digital monument.
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