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VR takes jurors to the crime scene

|2 January 2017|

USA

An American company wants to use virtual reality to transport jurors to the crime scene

Utility’s pioneering digital crime scene imaging system Smart Scene 360™ product represents the next generation in the evolution of body camera technology. Smart Scene 360™ uses a 360° digital imaging app, Smart Shot 360™, to create a digital model of a crime scene. It is part of the software running on the Police Officer’s standard BodyWorn™ camera.

The technology would enable jurors to to view crime scenes in 3D virtual reality long after the incident occurred.

“We believe that Smart Scene 360™ will forever change the way evidence is captured by Police Departments,” said Robert McKeeman, CEO of Utility. “Our core values focus on letting policy makers meet the public’s demand for a 21st-century Police Department, and providing technology that makes sure those policies are automatically carried out in the most effective way possible every time. That is why we are so excited to unveil this new, exciting technology. The future begins now, and we look forward to supporting law enforcement agencies as they move into this new age.”

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Iain Robertson
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Iain is an experienced writer, journalist and lecturer, who held editorships with a number of business focussed publications before co-founding and becoming editor of Innovators Magazine. Iain is also the strategic director for OnePoint5Media.

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