We never dreamt we could have a one-to-one with our heroes
Now we can.
Conversations with heroes, legends and icons
Imagine film lovers being able to meet their screen idols. Imagine art lovers talking to world-leading artists. Imagine sports fans, science geeks and business people having a meaningful conversation with their heroes. Until now, few of us would ever have had that chance. Now, it is possible.
The Forever Project creates one-to-one digital encounters between A-List people and the people who love them. These are in-depth question & answer sessions, using digital projections of real public figures. They can be purchased both online and in arts, sports and leisure venues.
Our purpose is to create a unique collection of interactive conversational experiences that bring us closer to the icons who inspire us. In a world of growing artificial intelligence, we are using Technology to serve, and to preserve, the best of Humanity.
How does it work?
The Forever Project integrates a range of new technologies, enabling major public figures to answer questions put directly to them by their fans, in real time, from a rich set of pre-filmed replies. It is a powerful and satisfying experience, as proven at the UK National Holocaust Museum, where The Forever Project was born and has become a much visited and critically acclaimed installation.
Since 2016, visitors have been able to ‘meet’ Holocaust survivor Steven Frank. A life-size Digital Steven responds to questions from the audience about his life, family and how his experiences have affected him. “It felt like you were actually getting an answer from a real person” – Beth, age 11.
Who would you nominate?
The Forever Project is about role models who have made a major contribution in their field, and who have an inspirational connection with their audience. Who should be invited to participate? If you’d like to nominate someone, please get in touch.