Dilan Seckiner – Forensic gait analysis

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Dilan Seckiner - Forensic gait analysis


  Last updated October 9, 2019 at 3:00 pm


Dilan Seckiner from the University of Technology Sydney walked the FameLab Australia audience through how she uses science and surveillance footage to identify criminals.

Surveillance footage is often used by police when solving a crime. But what happens if the face is covered? By studying their gait, Dilan Seckiner is developing ways to use the way people walk as an identification tool. Everyone has a unique walk, and that walk gives away a lot about the person.

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