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Lawyers & juries could be ‘transported’ to virtual 3D crime scene – study — RT UK

Lawyers & juries could be ‘transported’ to virtual #3D crime scene – study

  • Radiologist Steffan Ross says the technology can also be used to give virtual autopsies of dead bodies found at crime scenes.
  • By using new techniques, they intend to recreate crimes scenes for jurors and revolutionize how evidence can be analyzed.
  • ” We scan the crime scene and we are also able to scan the dead body, if there is a dead body involved, and then we can put all the data together in the computer and create a virtual crime scene, which is a 3D model of the crime scene, so a re-enactment of the crime.”
  • The techniques, which are being developed by researchers from Staffordshire University’s Center of Archaeology and Forensic and Crime Science department, could be used to give lawyers and juries a better idea of what the crime scene actually looked like.
  • Researchers from a UK university want to develop ways of how virtual reality technology can help to solve crimes.

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Researchers from a UK university want to develop ways of how virtual reality technology can help to solve crimes. By using new techniques, they intend to recreate crimes scenes for jurors and revolutionize how evidence can be analyzed.


Lawyers & juries could be ‘transported’ to virtual 3D crime scene – study — RT UK

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