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High-tech in the graveyard


German mourners can remember their loved ones who've passed away with a new digital tombstone.


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For many people who’ve lost a loved one, a visit to their grave can help them to grieve. Now German mourners could remember those who have died in a different, modern way with a digital tombstone. Michel Kurney Spelt is a gardener in this cemetery in western Germany, where his aunt is buried.

 

“I was looking for a wood tombstone on the internet, and then came across this digital one. I thought it was a great idea, something modern and new which I am always hoping to. ”

 

It could almost be seen as the graveyard answer to the social networking phenomenon. The battery-operated monitor can display slide shows, or pictures of the deceased person, their relatives or anything which is important to them while alive. Kurney says this digital tombstone is met with approval, especially for the cemetery's younger visitors. The idea for a new kind of memorial to a dead comes from the Netherland, and an inventive approach carpenter Carton Glasses is about to producing them. The monitor is protected from the elements by this wooden lid. So far, Glasses has made four of these tombstones to order and is working on two more. The tombstone costs around 5000 Euros, almost 6,500 US Dollars. But Glasses says people are getting used to the idea.

 

“With tombstones, it's not like we are selling coffee machines. They have to be in demand for what we are offering. People won't just buy because they think it is a good product. I have to say the feedback is very positive. ”

 

But there is a limit to how high-tech these tombstones are. They will play music on the deceased person's voice as Glasses is making noise is against German cemetery regulations.

 

John Patries, Reuters.

 

 


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To many people who lost their loved one, a visit to their grave can help them to grieve. Now German mourners grieve at their members who died in a modern diferent way with a digital tombstone. Michel Kurney Spelt is a gardener in this symmetry, western Germany, where his aunt is burried.

I was on requiring wood tumbstone on the internet, then came across this digital one. I thought it was a great idea, something modern and you would * always open to.

It could almost be seen as a graveyard dancing to the social networking phenomenon. The backtree operated monitor can displace what I chose, or picture the ceased person, their relitives or anything what is important to them when alive. Kurney spelt that this digital tombstone is met with approval, especially for the symmetry younger visiters. The idea for a new kind of monument to a dead came to the neverland, and an inventive appoach, carpenter cutting a glass is about to producing them. The mornitors are proteted by this wooden lid. So far, glass is made for all these tombstones to order and  is working on tomb more. The tombstone cost around 5000 euros, almost 6 and a half thousand US dollors. But the last is people to get used to this idea.

With tombstones, it's not like we are selling coffee machines. They must be in demand for what we are offering. People want just to buy, because they think it is a good product. I have to say the feedback is very positive.

But there is a limit to how high-tech these tombstones are. They won't play music or the ceased person's voice. These glasses are making noise against German symmetry regulations.

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For many people who’ve lost a loved one, a visit to their grave can help them to grieve. Now German mourners can remember those who have died in a different, modern way with a digital tombstone. Michel Kurney Spelt is a gardener in this cemetery, western Germany, where his aunt is buried.

 

I was looking for wood tombstone on the internet, then came across this digital one. I thought it was a great idea, something modern and you would * always open to.

 

It could almost be seen as a graveyard dancing to the social networking phenomenon. The back tree operated monitor can displace what I chose, or picture the ceased person, their relatives or anything which is important to them when alive. Kurney spelt that this digital tombstone is met with approval, especially for the cemetery younger visitors. The idea for a new kind of memorial to a dead came to the Netherland, and an inventive approach carpenter cutting a glass is about to producing them. The monitors protected from the elements by this wooden lid. So far, glass is made for all these tombstones to order and is working on tomb more. The tombstone costs around 5000 Euros, almost 6 and a half thousand US Dollars. But at last as people are getting used to this idea.

 

With tombstones, it's not like we are selling coffee machines. They have to be in demand for what we are offering. People want just to buy, because they think it is a good product. I have to say the feedback is very positive.

 

But there is a limit to how high-tech these tombstones are. They won't play music or the ceased person's voice. These glasses making noise is against German cemetery regulations.

 

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For many people who’ve lost a loved one, a visit to their grave can help them to grieve. Now German mourners can remember those who have died in a different, modern way with a digital tombstone. Michel Kurney Spelt is a gardener in this cemetery in western Germany, where his aunt is buried.

 

I was looking for wood tombstone on the internet, and then came across this digital one. I thought it was a great idea, something modern and new , which I am always hoping to.

 

It could almost be seen as the graveyard answer to the social networking phenomenon. The / battery-operated monitor can displace slide chose, or pictures of the ceased person, their relatives or anything which is important to them when alive. Kurney says / this digital tombstone is met with approval, especially for the cemetery's younger visitors. The idea for a new kind of memorial to a dead comes from the Netherland, and an inventive approach carpenter C/ G/(应该是人名吧)is about to producing them. The monitor is protected from the elements by this wooden lid. So far, G/  has made four of these tombstones to order and is working on two more. The tombstone costs around 5000 Euros, almost 6 and a half thousand US Dollars. But G/ says people are getting used to this idea.

 

With tombstones, it's not like we are selling coffee machines. They have to be in demand for what we are offering. People won't  just / buy, because they think it is a good product. I have to say the feedback is very positive.

 

But there is a limit to how high-tech these tombstones are. They won't play music or the deceased person's voice. as G/  is making noise is against German cemetery regulations.

 

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For many people who’ve lost a loved one, a visit to their grave can help them to grieve. Now German mourners can remember those who have died in a different, modern way with a digital tombstone. Michel Kurney Spelt is a gardener in this cemetery in western Germany, where his aunt is buried.

 

I was looking for wood tombstone on the internet, and then came across this digital one. I thought it was a great idea, something modern and new which I am always hoping to.

 

It could almost be seen as the graveyard answer to the social networking phenomenon. The battery-operated monitor can displace slide chose, or pictures of the ceased person, their relatives or anything which is important to them when alive. Kurney says this digital tombstone is met with approval, especially for the cemetery's younger visitors. The idea for a new kind of memorial to a dead comes from the Netherland, and an inventive approach carpenter Carton Glasses is about to producing them. The monitor is protected from the elements by this wooden lid. So far, Glasses has made four of these tombstones to order and is working on two more. The tombstone costs around 5000 Euros, almost 6 and a half thousand US Dollars. But Glasses says people are getting used to this idea.

 

With tombstones, it's not like we are selling coffin machines. They have to be in demand for what we are offering. People won't just buy because they think it is a good product. I have to say that feedback is very positive.

 

But there is a limit to how high-tech these tombstones are. They won't play music or the deceased person's voice as Glass is making noise is against German cemetery regulations.

 

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For many people who’ve lost a loved one, a visit to their grave can help them to grieve. Now German mourners can remember those who have died in a different, modern way with a digital tombstone. Michel Kurney Spelt is a gardener in this cemetery in western Germany, where his aunt is buried.

 

I was looking for wood tombstone on the internet, and then came across this digital one. I thought it was a great idea, something modern and new which I am always hoping to.

 

It could almost be seen as the graveyard answer to the social networking phenomenon. The battery-operated monitor can display slideshows, or pictures of deceased person, their relatives or anything which is important to them when alive. Kurney says this digital tombstone is met with approval, especially for the cemetery's younger visitors. The idea for a new kind of memorial to a dead comes from the Netherland, and an inventive approach carpenter Carton Glasses is about to producing them. The monitor is protected from the elements by this wooden lid. So far, Glasses has made four of these tombstones to order and is working on two more. The tombstone costs around 5000 Euros, almost 6 and a half thousand US Dollars. But Glasses says people are getting used to this idea.

 

With tombstones, it's not like we are selling coffee machines. They have to be in demand for what we are offering. People won't just buy because they think it is a good product. I have to say /feedback is very positive.

 

But there is a limit to how high-tech these tombstones are. They won't play music or the deceased person's voice as Glass is making noise is against German cemetery regulations.

 

 on 9999  

 

For many people who’ve lost a loved one, a visit to their grave can help them to grieve. Now German mourners can remember those who have died in a different, modern way with a digital tombstone. Michel Kurney Spelt is a gardener in this cemetery in western Germany, where his aunt is buried.

 

I was looking for a wood tombstone on the internet, and then came across this digital one. I thought it was a great idea, something modern and new which I am always hoping to.

 

It could almost be seen as the graveyard answer to the social networking phenomenon. The battery-operated monitor can display slide shows , or pictures of deceased person, their relatives or anything which is important to them when they're alive. Kurney says this digital tombstone is met with approval, especially for the cemetery's younger visitors. The idea for a new kind of memorial to a dead comes from the Netherland, and an inventive approach carpenter Carton Glasses is about to producing them. The monitor is protected from the elements by this wooden lid. So far, Glasses has made four of these tombstones to order and is working on two more. The tombstone costs around 5000 Euros, almost 6 and a half thousand US Dollars. But Glasses says people are getting used to this idea.

 

With tombstones, it's not like we are selling coffee machines. They have to be in demand for what we are offering. People won't just buy because they think it is a good product. I have to say the feedback is very positive.

 

But there is a limit to how high-tech these tombstones are. They won't play music or the deceased person's voice as Glasses is making noise is against German cemetery regulations.

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homework

 

For many people who lost a their loved one, a visit to their grave can help them to grieve. Now Germany mourners can rememeber those who have died in a different modern way with a digital tombstone. Michael Kurney Spelt is a gardener in this ceremony in western Germany where his aunt is buried.

 

I was looking for a wood tombstone on the internet, then came across this digital one. I thought it was a great idea, something modern and new which I am always hoping to.

 

It could almost be seen as the graveyard answer to the social networking phenomenon. The battery operated monitor can displace slide chose, or pictures of deceased person, their relatives or anything which is important to them when they are alive. Kurney says this digital tombstone is met the approval, especially for cemetery's younger visitors. The idea for a new kind of memorial of the dead comes from Netherlands, and an inventive approach carpenter Carton Glass is about producing them. The monitor is protected from the elements by this wooden lid. So far, Glass's made 4 of these tombstones to order and is working on 2 more. The tombstone costs a 5,000 Euros, almost 6,500 US dollars. But Glass says people are getting used to the idea.

 

With tombstones, it’s not like we’re selling coffin machines, they have to be in demand for what we’re offering. People won’t just buy it because they think it’s a good product. I have to say the feedback is very positive.

 

But there is a limit to how tech these tombstones are. They won’t play music or the deceased person’s voices, as Glasses is making noises against German cemetery regulations.

 

John Patries, Reuters.

 

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 For many people who’ve lost a loved one, a visit to their grave can help them to grieve. Now German mourners can remember those who have died in a different, modern way with a digital tombstone. Michel Kurney Spelt is a gardener in this cemetery in western Germany, where his aunt is buried.

 

I was looking for a wood tombstone on the internet, and then came across this digital one. I thought it was a great idea, something modern and new which I am always hoping to.

 

It could almost be seen as the graveyard answer to the social networking phenomenon. The battery-operated monitor can display slide shows, or pictures of the deceased person, their relatives or anything which is important to them while alive. Kurney says this digital tombstone is met with approval, especially for the cemetery's younger visitors. The idea for a new kind of memorial to a dead comes from the Netherland, and an inventive approach carpenter Carton Glasses is about to producing them. The monitor is protected from the elements by this wooden lid. So far, Glasses has made four of these tombstones to order and is working on two more. The tombstone costs around 5000 Euros, almost 6,500 US Dollars. But Glasses says people are getting used to the idea.

 

With tombstones, it's not like we are selling coffee machines. They have to be in demand for what we are offering. People won't just buy because they think it is a good product. I have to say the feedback is very positive.

 

But there is a limit to how high-tech these tombstones are. They won't play music or the deceased person's voice as Glasses is making noise is against German cemetery regulations.

 

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For many people who’ve lost a loved one, a visit to their grave can help them to grieve. Now German mourners could remember those who have died in a different, modern way with a digital tombstone. Michel Kurney Spelt is a gardener in this cemetery in western Germany, where his aunt is buried.

 

I was looking for a wood tombstone on the internet, and then came across this digital one. I thought it was a great idea, something modern and new which I am always hoping to.

 

It could almost be seen as the graveyard answer to the social networking phenomenon. The battery-operated monitor can display slide shows, or pictures of the deceased person, their relatives or anything which is important to them while alive. Kurney says this digital tombstone is met with approval, especially for the cemetery's younger visitors. The idea for a new kind of memorial to a dead comes from the Netherland, and an inventive approach carpenter Carton Glasses is about to producing them. The monitor is protected from the elements by this wooden lid. So far, Glasses has made four of these tombstones to order and is working on two more. The tombstone costs around 5000 Euros, almost 6,500 US Dollars. But Glasses says people are getting used to the idea.

 

With tombstones, it's not like we are selling coffee machines. They have to be in demand for what we are offering. People won't just buy because they think it is a good product. I have to say the feedback is very positive.

 

But there is a limit to how high-tech these tombstones are. They won't play music or the deceased person's voice as Glasses is making noise is against German cemetery regulations.

John Patries, Reuters.

 

 

 

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For many people who’ve lost a loved one, a visit to their grave can help them to grieve. Now German mourners could remember those who have died in a different, modern way with a digital tombstone. Michel Kurney Spelt is a gardener in this cemetery in western Germany, where his aunt is buried.

 

“I was looking for a wood tombstone on the internet, and then came across this digital one. I thought it was a great idea, something modern and new which I am always hoping to. ”

 

It could almost be seen as the graveyard answer to the social networking phenomenon. The battery-operated monitor can display slide shows, or pictures of the deceased person, their relatives or anything which is important to them while alive. Kurney says this digital tombstone is met with approval, especially for the cemetery's younger visitors. The idea for a new kind of memorial to a dead comes from the Netherland, and an inventive approach carpenter Carton Glasses is about to producing them. The monitor is protected from the elements by this wooden lid. So far, Glasses has made four of these tombstones to order and is working on two more. The tombstone costs around 5000 Euros, almost 6,500 US Dollars. But Glasses says people are getting used to the idea.

 

“With tombstones, it's not like we are selling coffee machines. They have to be in demand for what we are offering. People won't just buy because they think it is a good product. I have to say the feedback is very positive. ”

 

But there is a limit to how high-tech these tombstones are. They will play music on the deceased person's voice as Glasses is making noise is against German cemetery regulations.

 

John Patries, Reuters.

 

 

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