An experiment, a recording? Breaking new ground!
The short documentary “The Science of Deception” is online at CuriosityStream. It features, among others, Paul J. Taylor, Jeff Hancock, Judee Burgoon and Dan Ariely. The work at Utrecht University, Cambridge University (Sophie van der Zee) and Lancaster University is used as the background story, linking theory and practice. A registered or trail account will give you access to the documentary.
In the TV show Klaas Kan Alles on Dutch channel 3, Klaas van Kruistum challenges an expert. In the show that was aired last Saturday, he and crime journalist Kees van der Spek interviewed “suspect” Marjolein Keuning, a Dutch actress. The Xsens suit and our lie detection software came to the rescue. The episode can be watched here.
Yesterday, BBC’s Crimewatch Roadshow featured our research on lie detection from body movement. Sophie van der Zee was interviewed by Rav Wilding on the live show, see the clip here. We’d like to thank Rachael, Amy, “mocap model” John, Rav and the others at the BBC Wales studio for their hospitality and enthusiasm.
An interview with Sjoerd Hilarius from RTV Noord-Holland was aired on May 13th in the programme NH Spitstijd. The interview starts at 17:18 and features a small reference to our upcoming research. Listen to it here (in Dutch).