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TechnologyDrone used to aid 3D remake of Japanese internment camp

18:50  30 april  2019
18:50  30 april  2019 Source:   msn.com

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A University of Denver team is using drone images to create a 3 D reconstruction of a World War II-era Japanese internment camp in southern Colorado. Following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt authorized the forced relocation of Japanese

A University of Denver team is using drone images to create a 3 D reconstruction of a World War II-era Japanese internment camp in southern Colorado. Researchers last week used the drone from the Switzerland-based company senseFly as part of a mapping project to help future restoration work at

Drone used to aid 3D remake of Japanese internment camp © The Associated Press FILE - This Jan. 18, 2015, file photo shows a sign at the entrance to Camp Amache, the site of a former World War II-era Japanese-American internment camp in Granada, Colo. A University of Denver team is using a drone to create a 3D reconstruction of the camp in southern Colorado. The Amache effort is part of a growing movement to identify and preserve historical sites connected to people of color in the U.S. (AP Photo/Russell Contreras, File)

A University of Denver team is using drone images to create a 3D reconstruction of a World War II-era Japanese internment camp in southern Colorado.

Researchers last week used the drone from the Switzerland-based company senseFly as part of a mapping project to help future restoration work at Camp Amache in Granada, Colorado.

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A University of Denver team is using drone images to create a 3 D reconstruction of a World War II-era Japanese internment camp in southern Colorado FILE - This Jan. 18, 2015, file photo shows a sign at the entrance to Camp Amache, the site of a former World War II-era Japanese -American

A University of Denver team is using drone images to create a 3 D reconstruction of a World War II-era Japanese internment camp in southern Colorado, joining a growing movement to restore U.S. historical sites linked to people of color. Researchers last week dispatched the drone from the

From 1942 to 1945, more than 7,000 Japanese-Americans and Japanese immigrants were forcibly relocated to Camp Amache. They were among the 110,000 Japanese-Americans ordered to camps throughout the U.S.

The Amache effort is part of a growing movement to identify and preserve U.S. historical sites connected to people of color.

For example, a digital project headed up by Brown University professor Monica Martinez seeks to locate sites connected to racial violence along the Texas border with Mexico.

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