CrimeDoor is the new, a one-of-a-kind mobile news app, combining an extensive
database of True Crime new reports, videos, case evidence, podcasts with
innovative Augmented Reality 3D crime scenes. You’ll find highlights of more
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I’m so excited to finally have a central hub for all things true crime! As a fan of the genre sometimes it’s overwhelming to look for new podcasts or media to consume. This lines it all up super neatly and accessibly. The AR doors are really cool! I always imagine how things look in my head when I listen to a podcast and to be able to actually step Into the scene and be able to look around and get more context is phenomenal! I can’t wait to see what more AR portals they come up with and how they will work with podcast hosts to create a truly interactive experience!
Amazing graphics and so easy to follow which is a must for us folks that are not tech savvy. I found the unsolved cases the best part. It puts you in the middle of the mystery. Maybe someone will come forward for whatever reason to help solve the crime. Providing some solace for family and friends of the murdered person is really important. It will not bring them back but will answer questions about what happened and why it happened.
Developers have gone to great lengths to accurately portray infamous crime scenes, historical and contemporary, with detailed visual perspectives using all available records and evidence. It’s an interesting new take, using 360° user interaction to virtually walk around documented famous crime scenes as if you were there immediately after they happened. If you’ve ever fantasized what it would be like to cross beyond the yellow tape and view a fresh crime scene like a homicide detective, this is as close as you’re gonna get. NT
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