Atlanta, Georgia – VRARA Criminal Justice Committee (CJC) recently presented two sessions at the 4th Annual International Educational Conference held at the Hyatt Regency Downtown Atlanta (October 31, 2017- November 3, 2017). The theme of this year’s conference was titled “Principled Data: From Crime Scene to Court”. The International Association of Forensic & Security Metrology aka “IAFSM” comprises experts from a wide variety of backgrounds including law enforcement, military, engineering investigations, accident reconstruction and security professionals whose common element is the use and/or development of high-precision metrological systems.
Virtual Reality received a lot of attention this year in addition to presentations on cutting edge equipment, techniques and case studies to conclude a very successful event. Committee member and IAFSM Past-President, Eugene Liscio of ai2-3D stated, “I am very pleased with this year’s conference and the response from our meeting attendees on the use of VR/AR in the Criminal Justice system. I believe most attendees saw a large potential for VR during the investigative process”.
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FactualVR Principal and VRARA CJC Co-chair Eduardo Neeter covering current and future applications of Virtual Reality for Crime Scene Investigation.
VRARA CJC Co-chair Rory Wells, Esq. presenting on legal obstacles for VR to overcome before acceptance by the courts.