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GreenSky is an alliance of commercial remote pilots and preservation enthusiasts that gather and present scientific data to decision makers and then create 3D learning experiences for everyone else.


Experience powerful visualization and learning platforms we’re developing using high-resolution maps, 360 panoramas and 3D models to create online immersive replicas that inspire and educate.

The Boulder Bandshell

a local landmark

Boulder architect Glen H. Huntington designed the original Bandshell structure as well as the Boulder County Courthouse, Boulder High School and properties in the University Hill neighborhood. The Boulder Lions Club dedicated the band shell to the Boulder community on June 26, 1938.  The band shell is a designated landmark, and Boulder’s Parks and Recreation Department spends roughly $20,000 annually cleaning and maintaining it and is responsible for its permitting.

Our TourScape3D Learning Tour of Boulder's Bandshell will be published at the end of November, 2018! Look for it on the City of Boulder's website and in the Gallery.

Cline Ranch & Como Rail

South Park TourScapes!

For 90 years the eclectic Tarryall-Cline Ranch house has stood proudly like a sentinel amidst a beautiful meadow just off Highway 285 in Park County. The main ranch house was built in 1928 by the ranch owner, Foster Cline, Sr., a prominent Denver attorney. Recently, 1,635 acres of the ranch on the west side of the highway that includes the main ranch headquarters complex, were purchased by Park County, with multiple public funding sources, including Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO), the Colorado Habitat Stamp Program and the Park County Land and Water Trust Fund. A Historic Structure Assessment was completed for the property in 2011, followed by the development of partnerships to identify uses for the building that would complement the goals of the South Park National Heritage Area.' - from

The Como Hotel, Depot and Roundhouse form the Como Railroad District on The National Historic Register. The Como Hotel was rebuilt in the summer of 1897 to replace a much larger building that had burnt to the ground the previous summer. It was one of only 2 buildings constructed for the Denver Leadville and Gunnison Railroad. The last passenger service was in April 1937. In 1978 the Restaurant reopened and traded as the Como Depot. The Depot is the adjacent building that has been recently restored as a museum. Como Depot on Facebook


GreenSky.Systems is developing software that provides an interactive learning experience to promote the conservation of natural resources and to preserve historical and cultural assets. TourScape3D is here!

Preservation begins at home, and our community is here with our friends and neighbors in Colorado; so in late November

our first 3D Preservation Tour crowdfunding GoFundMe campaign launches for Park County's historic sites, the Tarryall-Cline Ranch & the Como Hotel, Depot, Roundhouse & turntable. 

Introducing the first multi-level Virtual Tour built on integrated 3D models and 360 panoramas. As you explore, a library of interactive, multi-media and web content is available for you to browse, to watch, and to read about South Park's amazing heritage story. It's one of many in Colorado's colorful and brave history.

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