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ChronoPoints is an initiative of UCF’s Institute for Simulation and Training to digitally documenting mid-century structures and artifacts.
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The ChronoPoints team is heading to San Diego, well actually La Mesa just outside of San Diego, to capture the Penske-Ford Roundhouse building just prior to its impending demolition. The...

Three members of the ChronoPoints team, Lori Walters, Robert Michlowitz and Michelle Adams, conducted a roundtable discussion at the 2017 HASTAC Conference. Thank you to all those who attended our discussion, Closing...

  Looking for the New York State Pavilion and other projects? Now that we have launched our new website, we will be busy populating it with new images and more about...

Welcome to the new ChronoPoints website!! Here we have joined together under the single ChronoPoints banner all our websites - including Documenting the Cocoa Beach Glass Bank and Reflections of...