Cocoa Beach Glass Bank
ChronoPoints is a lab at UCF’s Institute for Simulation and Training to digitally documenting mid-century structures and artifacts.
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Cocoa Beach Glass Bank

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Cocoa Beach

3D Visualization, Laser Scanning
Cocoa Beach, Glass Bank, laser scanning, Mid-Century Modern, Reginald Knight, UCF
About This Project

With a futuristic glass facade encapsulating its interior structure, The Cocoa Beach Glass Bank appeared as if it was designed as a lunar surface habitat just as easily as to occupy the Cocoa Beach seashore. Our project conducted a laser scan of the Glass Bank just prior to its demolition in January 2015.

An extensive history and images can be found here.