Namio Matsura, 17-year-old member of the computation skill research club at the Fukuyama Technical High School, watches the city of Hiroshima in virtual reality Friday before an atomic bomb fell. Photos by Haruka Nuga/Associated Press CORRECTS DATE PHOTO TAKEN – In Friday, Aug.

3, 2018, photo, Namio Matsura, 17-year-old member of the computation skill research club at Fukuyama Technical High School, watches Hiroshima city before atomic bomb fell in virtual reality experience at the high school in Hiroshima, western Japan. Although it’s impossible to relive a moment in history, a group of the students have recreated the moment an atomic bomb dropped over the city through VR to portray the livelihood of people that was taken away as a result of the bombing.

(AP Photo/Haruka Nuga) A member of the computation skill research club looks at an archive material of Hiroshima to edit buildings on computer graphic software. CORRECTS DATE PHOTO TAKEN – In Friday, Aug.

3, 2018, photo, Namio Matsura, a 17-year-old member of the computation skill research club at Fukuyama Technical High School, watches the bridge over the Motoyasu River, seen on screen, before atomic bomb fell on Hiroshima in virtual reality experience at the school in Hiroshima, western Japan. Over two years, the group of Japanese high school students has been painstakingly producing a five-minute virtual reality experience that recreates the sights and sounds of Hiroshima before, during and after the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on the city 73 years ago.

(AP Photo/Haruka Nuga) In Friday, Aug. 8, 2018, photo, Namio Matsura, right, a 17-year-old member of the computation skill research club at Fukuyama Technical High School, watches Hiroshima city before atomic bomb fell in virtual reality experience as Katsushi Hasegawa, a computer teacher, and Mei Okada, another member of the club, watch a computer screen, at the school in Hiroshima, western Japan. Read more from santafenewmexican.com…

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