The use of visual reality technology at Alex Chow’s inquest is the first such deployment in city courts. Photo: Felix Wong The use of visual reality technology at Alex Chow’s inquest is the first such deployment in city courts. Photo: Felix Wong
The use of visual reality technology at Alex Chow’s inquest is the first such deployment in city courts. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong inquest avoids Covid-19 curbs with virtual reality recreation of site where student Alex Chow suffered fatal injuries

  • Probe into Chow’s death following Tseung Kwan O car park plunge is first court proceedings in Hong Kong to use the technology
  • Chow, 22, was found with fatal injuries at Sheung Tak Estate car park in November last year

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
The use of visual reality technology at Alex Chow’s inquest is the first such deployment in city courts. Photo: Felix Wong The use of visual reality technology at Alex Chow’s inquest is the first such deployment in city courts. Photo: Felix Wong
The use of visual reality technology at Alex Chow’s inquest is the first such deployment in city courts. Photo: Felix Wong
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