Look around! the virtual tour of MOME TechLab can be tried in the Museum of Ethnography. The touch screen application is related to Károly Zsolt Nagy's exhibition "Since You Were Lost" The Salgótarjáni Street Cemetery, where the photographer's black and white pictures can be seen. Until 15 October an other related exhibition, Picking Up the Pieces is open.




This virtual tour, the result of a project completed in the autumn of 2014, uses panoramic photography and an interactive screen to take you on a stroll through the grounds of the Salgótarjáni Street Cemetery, allowing you to soak in the atmosphere of its thriving plant life and imposing, if dilapidated, monuments and browse additional information on various points of interest. By clicking on the icons provided, you can discover whose grave each monument marks and read about its architecture, browse contemporary photographs, newspaper articles, and other documents from the 1920s and'30s, or scrutinise various details, such as the initials of Béla Lajta that appear on several markers or marble motifs that recall the woodcarvings of Transylvania. Sites covered in the tour include the Ceremonila Building and the graves of Vilmos Vázsonyi, József Bródy and Manfréd Weiss.

Work on the virtual tour project was conducted in 2014 and 2015 by the Creative Technology Laboratory of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design.