iC-ACCESS (Accessing Campscapes: Inclusive Strategies for Using European Conflicted Heritage, HERA 15.092) looks at former concentration camps as traces and intangible reminders of the 20th century mass violence and terror as well as at their present uses, and abuses, in (trans)national stately and cultural contexts.
Given the intentions of the iC-ACCESS project to explore tools for inclusive strategies to present such heritage, the structure has been an important focal point for developing a digital application that can provide a space for contending perspectives on the commander’s house and related historical narratives. In order to realize such an application iC-ACCESS project leader Prof. dr. R. van der Laarse contracted two laboratories specialized consecutively in 3D visualisation technologies and spatial information to cooperate on its development, the 4D Research Lab (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands) and the SPINlab (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam The Netherlands).
Accessing Campscapes website and E-Journal: https://www.campscapes.org
Digital platform: https://platform.campscapes.org
Duration: 01/04/2016 – 31/12/2019
Project Topic: REFLECTIVE-1-2014 (H2020-EU.3.6.)
Acronym: iC-ACCESS (2016-Uses of the Past /HERA.15.092)
Project leader: Prof. Rob van der Laarse, Westerbork professor in the Heritage of War and Conflict at VU University and the University of Amsterdam.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, the Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration of the Sixth Framework for research and technological development under grant agreement No 649307.
|Place of Publication||Amsterdam / Hooghalen|
|Publisher||HERA iC-ACCESS - campscapes.org|
|Media of output||Online|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Sep 2020|
- HERA project iC-ACCESS
- 3D MODEL
- Point cloud
- holocaust memory
- perpetrator heritage
- Camp Westerbork
- contested heritage
- Heritage of War and Conflict
- commander house