Digitized Funeral

Funeral services are becoming increasingly high-tech

The integration of technology into various aspects of burying or memorializing the deceased is on the rise. This method works to enhance the process of commemorating loved ones, and can manifest in several different ways. The infusion of technology into memorial rituals speaks to consumer desire for personalization, and takes it a step further by making the process of being commemorated more distinct and individualized.
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Supercar Funeral Hearses - The Maserati Hearse Lets One Literally Go Out in Style
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Hot 6,524 Clicks Pub: Oct 13, 16
Supercar Funeral Hearses
The Maserati Hearse Lets One Literally Go Out in Style
There’s usually not much to the funeral hearse design, but the Maserati Hearse aims to change this perception and enable people to literally go out in style. Designed by Ellena Auto, the... [More]
High-Tech Funeral Services - Foundation Partners Group Offers Multi-sensory Experience Rooms
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Average 749 Clicks Pub: Nov 4, 16
High-Tech Funeral Services
Foundation Partners Group Offers Multi-sensory Experience Rooms
Foundation Partners Group, a funeral home company in the US, is modernizing the admittedly somber experience of a funeral by introducing high-tech multimedia to its homes. The company’s multi-... [More]
Respectful Funereal Robots - The Pepper Robot Can Perform Buddhist Funeral Rites
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This Year and Average 221 Clicks Pub: Aug 24, 17
Respectful Funereal Robots
The Pepper Robot Can Perform Buddhist Funeral Rites
Robots already play an important part in people’s lives, but at the Tokyo International Funeral and Cemetery Show and Life Ending Industry Expo, funereal robots showed that they could play an... [More]
Reconstructive Body Funerals - The Longhua Funeral Parlor Uses 3D-Printing to Rebuild Lost Limbs
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Untested 52 Clicks Pub: Apr 14, 16
Reconstructive Body Funerals
The Longhua Funeral Parlor Uses 3D-Printing to Rebuild Lost Limbs
The Longhua Funeral Parlor located in Shanghai is able to offer reconstructive surgery postpartum using 3D-printing technology to rebuild lost limbs or facial features that have been damaged. The... [More]
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