This screenshot is of a virtual 360 tour of the detention center. This virtual tour is important for various reasons. To begin it is a tool by the facility to show the facility to the public as a human space. As online tourists click through the various rooms of the facility, it becomes evident that the facility is being portrayed as "humane". It also becomes obvious the missing bodies in the pictures in the tour, which is an attempt to make the facility a neutral space.
United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, "MAPPING DETENTION AND TOXICITY 2", contributed by Maria Liliana Ramirez, Center for Ethnography, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 26 November 2018, accessed 23 October 2021.