Learn about the “Digital Heroes” project created using the digital humans technology, which is the transposition of real people into the virtual world. Thanks to a system of more than forty high-precision cameras, combined with complex algorithms, we have scanned the facial movements of our protagonists and then used this to automatically create digital models of the scanned people, fully reflecting their unique characteristics. Thanks to this technology and recordings from more than a hundred cameras, we have also recorded entire individuals, so that not only their voice but also their facial expressions, posture and gestures will bear witness for generations to come.
The “Digital Heroes” project is an excellent combination of history and new technologies. In an innovative form, it reminds us of important moments in Polish history and enables us to discover the amazing stories of Polish heroes.
Explore the story of Krzysztof Wyszkowski – a contributor to the KOR Social Self-Defence Committee, co-founder and one of the three signatories of the Declaration of the Coastal Free Trade Unions, publisher of underground magazines and non-serial publications and a participant in the strike at the Gdańsk Shipyard in August 1980.
Discover the story of Andrzej Gwiazda – a participant in the anti-communist protests of March 1968 and December 1970, a contributor to the Workers’ Defence Committee (KOR) from November 1976, one of the founders of the Coastal Free Trade Unions and one of the three signatories of the Declaration (29 April 1978).