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Virtual reality simulated burglary scene

Press/Media: Research

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Claire Nee of the University developed virtual reality to simulate a burglary scene, to help identify and better understand criminal behaviour and catch burglars

Period16 Dec 2019 → 22 Dec 2019

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TitleBBC World Service Radio
Media name/outletBBC World Service Radio
Media typeRadio
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date22/12/19
DescriptionCoverage of Claire Nee who has developed virtual reality to simulate burglary scenes, helping identify and better understand criminal behaviour and catch burglars
Producer/AuthorBBC
URLtiny.cc/qqvuhz
PersonsClaire Nee
TitleBBC Radio 4
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletBBC Radio 4
Media typeRadio
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date16/12/19
DescriptionCoverage of Claire Nee who has developed virtual reality to simulate a burglary scene, to help identify and better understand criminal behaviour and catch burglars
Producer/AuthorBBC
URLtiny.cc/x9hdiz
PersonsClaire Nee
TitleBBC World Service
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletBBC World Service
Media typeRadio
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date16/12/19
DescriptionReport featuring research by Claire Nee who has developed virtual reality to simulate a burglary scene, to help identify and better understand criminal behaviour and catch burglar
Producer/AuthorBBC
URLtiny.cc/iaidiz
PersonsClaire Nee

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