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Dutch Police Use Augmented Reality to Investigate Crime Scenes

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Dutch Police Use Augmented Reality to Investigate Crime Scenes

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This article was posted on Tuesday, 21:30, UTC.

Dutch police are undertaking an experiment to see if augmented reality can help officers at a crime scene, according to the New Scientist. Using an AI system video from the body cameras worn on the officers at the scene will relay back to experts who can guide the officers by making virtual notes which the officers will be able to see via a smartphone or head-mounted device. Dragos Datcu, principal researcher at augmented reality (AR) company Twnkls in Rotterdam, the Netherlands said: We now have good enough software and hardware to use augmented reality at crime scenes. What’s great about…

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