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Amache Japanese American confinement site, Granada, Colorado : project report 3D documentation
Center of Preservation Research (Colo.)
University of Colorado Denver, College of Architecture and Planning, Center of Preservation Research
The Granada Relocation Center is located near the town of Granada, Colorado. The relocation center, known more commonly as Camp Amache or Amache was one of 10 centers constructed in the United States during World War II for the purpose of interning Japanese Americans and people of Japanese descent. More than 10,000 people passed through Camp Amache and, at its peak, it housed over 7,300 internees, two-thirds of whom were U.S. citizens. The University of Colorado Denver scanned the Amache Japanese American Confinement site and surrounding context using a Leica Scan Station P50 Scanner from Monday, July 8th through July 12th 2019. n total, 121 different scan locations were acquired on site, all of which consisted of 360 degree scans to acquire surrounding context of the site. In addition to scanning, 121 panoramic images were also captured at each location to be used for photo texturing during post processing.
"Report Date: July 30, 2020."
Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2019)
Granada Relocation Center.
1 online resource (29 pages) : illustrations