The historic theaters in Downtown Los Angeles are part of a rich cultural legacy that provides insight into the architectural practices of the early 20th century. This project investigates how these monuments were constructed, decorated, and used through in-depth archival research, photogrammetric modeling, and a variety of interactive visualizations including virtual and augmented reality platforms.
Access to the S. Charles Lee Papers in the UCLA Library Special Collections and the historic theater... Read More
With the range of research activities and digital techniques being employed on this project, data ma... Read More
The historic Broadway corridor encompasses one of the highest concentrations of historic theaters on... Read More
Photogrammetry or Structure-from-Motion (SfM) is a technique to create three-dimensional models by s... Read More
The S. Charles Lee Papers at the UCLA Library, a collection of architectural drawings, blueprints, a... Read More
Augmented reality (AR) offers the chance to present the results of our archival research and digital... Read More
All architectural drawings and blueprints on this site are from the S. Charles Lee Papers at the UCLA Library Special Collections.
S. Charles Lee Papers (1919-1962) (Collection 1384). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.