Visiting a grave or cemetery can be a creepy experience at the best of times.
But they are about to become that little bit more bizarre thanks to a strange new update.
Slovenian company Bioenergija has gone digital after it created a virtual way to mourn with new 48-inch interactive gravestones.
The weatherproof and vandal proof screens can show pictures, video and other digital content about the deceased.
There are even plans for a smartphone app to allow audio to be streamed to your device rather than installing speakers at the graveside.
And they’re already being trailed at the Pobrezje cemetery on the outskirts of Maribor, Slovenia;s second largest city.
Milan Zorman, a professor of computing at the University of Maribor who worked to create the tombstone, said:”This tombstone makes it possible to put anything next to the deceased person’s name and surname, you can write an entire novel if you like.
“You can put pictures, or a film there. We intend to bring the sound to earphones connected to a mobile phone running the app.
“That way visitors would be able to listen to videos displayed on the screen.”
The tombstones look fairly ordinary at first glance, displaying the deceased’s name along with when they were born and when they died.
But when a mourner approaches them and stands in front of the grave for a few seconds, the tombstone comes to life with an array of digital content on offer.
Saso Radovanovic, from Bioenergija, added: ”The tombstone has a sensor so that when nobody is around it only shows the person’s name and the years of their birth and death.
“This saves energy and the screen itself, and helps extend the tombstone’s lifetime.”
While the products may be a tech lovers dream, they don’t come cheap.
The interactive units will set you back €3,000 – and you could be in for a wait after Mr Radovanovic revealed the company has already received a number of orders.