Visual of seeing with sound on dispatch

Dispatch, an episodic story told in four parts, follows a small-town police dispatcher named Ted (Martin Starr) on the worst night of his life. What begins as a domestic violence call quickly cascades into a host of attacks across town, and the local police are struggling to keep up. Every new call sheds light on Ted's inner torments and pushes him closer toward danger. Police dispatchers are trained to see with sound. Every door slam, tire screech, and piercing scream paints a picture in their minds. The visual world of Dispatch unfolds inside Ted's imagination as he wades through the soundscape, advising terrified callers and listening for clues. Ted yearns to be at the scene of the crime, to be given the chance to really help someone. He's about to get what he wished for.

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Game Type

Action, Educational, Horror, Movie, Narrative

Commendable Aspects

This accurately shows how police use their trainings to see with sound painting a picture in their minds. There are multiple chapters and the first one is free and it is about 10 minutes. The whole story is $3.00

Headset Application

Oculus Rift and Rift S

Potential Applications

This would be a great app for criminal justice students who get to see what is can be like in the field and how officers are required to assess situations.

Helpful Hints

This can be emotional and a little scary so be prepared.

User Friendliness Rating

4/5 stars


Here Be Dragons, LLC



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