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

This project was also made possible with the support of a 2018 Journalism 360 Challenge grant. Journalism 360[11] is a global network of storytellers accelerating the understanding and production of immersive journalism. Its founding partners are the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Google New Initiative, and the Online News Association.

Detailed Attribution Notes

The fixed ALPR, mobile ALPR, and drone images that appear in the pop-up displays were created by Mike Katz-Lacabe. They are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license. [12][13]

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]

References

  1. ^ Read the press release.  (www.eff.org)
  2. ^ Play Spot the Surveillance (eff.org)
  3. ^ https://eff.org/spot-vr (eff.org)
  4. ^ Lesson Plan (PDF) (www.eff.org)
  5. ^ WebVR page (webvr.rocks)
  6. ^ here (www.eff.org)
  7. ^ Click here for the survey. (www.eff.org)
  8. ^ Street-Level Surveillance project (www.eff.org)
  9. ^ Creative Commons Attribution license (www.eff.org)
  10. ^ XRstudio (xrstudio.co)
  11. ^ Journalism 360 (journalists.org)
  12. ^ Mike Katz-Lacabe (twitter.com)
  13. ^ Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (creativecommons.org)
  14. ^ mobile biometric devices (web.archive.org)
  15. ^ U.S. Department of Homeland Security (web.archive.org)
  16. ^ Houston Police Department (web.archive.org)
  17. ^ Hingham Police Department (twitter.com)
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