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Guam- A new interactive exhibit space is set to open at War In The Pacific National Historical Park's T. Stell Newman Visitor Center on July 21st.
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The design phase for the project, which includes more than a hundred media pieces, began seven years ago.
"Its a joy to see it," said Park Superintendent Barbara Alberti. "When I first walked in here last week the first thing that struck me was how colorful it was, it was just so vibrant, so inviting. That's whats been great for all of us is to finally see all these years of work."
Five devices available upon request make the exhibits assessible to hard of hearing and those with low to no vision.
"When its checked out it chosen as assistive listening or audio description mode," says Adam Leopold the Technology Consultant for the project."Its really the highest level of accessibility we can provide to visitors who are at any park."
The introductory video is also available for viewing in Japanese, Korean, Mandarin and English; the park hopes to have Chamorro and Russian versions of the film available soon.
Marylou Herlihy of the National Park Service Western Region Office was the Project Manager for the exhibits and Daniel Quan designed the exhibits.
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