Crime Scene cleanup body adopts VR and cutting edge technology

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Crime Scene Cleanup’s VR Website

The American National Crime Scene Cleanup Association announced on Tuesday their plans to embrace new technologies in the tech field. Everything from Virtual Reality to 360 Video is being used to promote and inform crime scene cleanup to the masses.

“Every aspect of promotion and advertising we do is based on the internet and technology. As new tech comes out, we want to be the first company in our industry to use it to our advantage,” says marketing and media manager, Constantine Chutis.

JanusVR is an application that enables users to immerse themselves into virtual reality websites. JanusVR is free for download at and enables users to explore content. It is compatible with a wide range of VR headsets and does work without a headset present, if you are interested in exploring and don’t own a VR Headset. The Crime Scene Cleanup virtual site can be visited by entering within JanusVR.

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Modern platforms like Facebook and YouTube have been embracing 360 videos in the past few months, these videos, recorded with special 360 cameras, enable users to visit exotic places, or attend various events, right from their smart phone or VR Headset. is currently filming and producing a series of digital shorts, which will place viewers among our crew, responding to the scene of an incident.

“Shorts like this will produce awareness and insight into our industry and what our men and women go through when we go out to help families in need,” says James Michel, CEO of Crime Scene Cleanup. “All of the 360 content will appear on our YouTube Page within the coming months, and shall be shared out on all of our social media, and website.” – PRNewswire

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