Welcome Neil Mandt
We’re joined on the Starline by a producer, director and journalist. He is also the co-founder of the augmented reality app CrimeDoor. CrimeDoor recreates True Crime scenes and now has recreated scenes around Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. We welcome Neil Mandt.
Neil, let’s go Beyond the Mic True Crime fans have a lot of options to get books, podcasts and news about the subject they love. How is CrimeDoor different?
When you use CrimeDoor, you go through a door into the crime scene.
You have been a leader in virtual reality content since 2015, what makes VR good in your mind?
How have you improved CrimeDoor and what do you still need to improve?
What was the first case you wanted to make sure was on the app. As your wife was a true crime fanatic, what was the first case you both wanted on the app?
Was there ever a time where you thought you’d couldn’t get the app to work as you thought it could?
Could CrimeDoor also be helping criminals by showing them what mistakes or evidence they may have left behind?
The Rockin’ 8:
Time is running out, so it’s time for the Rockin’ 8, 8 random questions; answer with the first thing that comes to your mind. There is no pressure.
1. Person who supports you the most?
2. Favorite sports team?
3. Best place to vacation?
4. Best movie?
5. How many cats do you have?
6. Favorite award you have won?
7. Sunrise or sunset
8. What’s the next case you really want to have on CrimeDoor?
Where can people find CrimeDoor?
He once chased Queen Latifah in Mexico, played croquet in a kilt in Ireland and has a shelf filled with awards. We thank co-founder of CrimeDoor Neil Mandt for talking to us today.
And that my friends is Beyond the Mic.
CrimeDoor, the brand-new Augmented Reality app that recreates True Crime scenes, today announced its launch of a never-before-seen three-dimensional reexamination of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, now available for smartphones and will soon be sold as an NFT.