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Incredibly detailed VR model of Auschwitz helped convict Nazi war criminal

VR can be used for more than just gaming. A new simulation shows how the technology can be used to painstakingly recreate a place -- and test accused war criminal's claims that they weren't aware of what was going on around them.
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