On April 20, the President of the Open Dialogue Foundation gave an interview to Danylo Janevsky, who runs the LifeKod program. The topic of the conversation was the world premiere of the virtual museum of Chernobyl, which will take place this Tuesday at the Museum of the History of Kyiv.
The event, organized by the Polish company The Fam 51, the Open Dialogue Foundation, the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance, the Image Agency of Ukraine and Global Ukraine, will be held under the honorary patronage of the Mayor of Kyiv – Vitaliy Klitschko.
The task of the Open Dialogue Foundation – to talk with the help of new technologies about things almost forgotten by all, about the achievements of simple people. That is why the Foundation established cooperation with the Polish company The Farm 51, which created a VR application application that allows everyone to walk through the closed zone, which we get to know through the stories of people directly affected by the 1986 outbreak. “This is the first project of this type, the Polish company’s investment in Polish-Ukrainian relations, an investment in memory. This is something that people in Ukraine do not yet realize and develop, but I am grateful to our Polish partners that they help us,” said Lyudmyla Kozlovska.