According to researchers at UK’sÂ Staffordshire University, virtual reality could be used to transport jurors to crime scenes to help them better understand what occurred.
Simon Tweats, head of justice services at Staffordshire Police, told the BBC that the technologyÂ could make a significant difference with regard to how evidence was presented and “bring to life” complex scenes.
Read more about the project and watch the BBC video here.
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