Spot the Surveillance: A VR Experience for Keeping an Eye on Big

The images of mobile biometric devices were created by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. A body-worn camera image was created by the Houston Police Department. An image of a rear-mounted ALPR camera was created by the Hingham Police Department. [14][15][16][17]


  1. ^ Read the press release.  (
  2. ^ Play Spot the Surveillance (
  3. ^ (
  4. ^ Lesson Plan (PDF) (
  5. ^ WebVR page (
  6. ^ here (
  7. ^ Click here for the survey. (
  8. ^ Street-Level Surveillance project (
  9. ^ Creative Commons Attribution license (
  10. ^ XRstudio (
  11. ^ Journalism 360 (
  12. ^ Mike Katz-Lacabe (
  13. ^ Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (
  14. ^ mobile biometric devices (
  15. ^ U.S. Department of Homeland Security (
  16. ^ Houston Police Department (
  17. ^ Hingham Police Department (

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