"The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust asked us to develop all of the interactive technology for their permanent museum spaces. In response, we created the Spatial Audio Guides, the eighteen Camps Interactive Room and, the centerpiece of the first gallery, The Memory Pool. The Memory Pool illuminates the stories of Jews and other minorities before the Holocaust and highlights the commonalities between their lives and the lives of visitors today. These stories emerge as photographs on the surface of the table, as if floating in a pool of water. By touching these photos, visitors learn about their stories. Visitors can identify with the images, and begin to understand how Nazi propaganda created divisions in the population where few existed before. As images in the Memory Pool eventually fade away, they foreshadow the grim realities of the Holocaust revealed in the subsequent rooms of the museum."