The star of a new crime show filming in Dundee tried out some cutting-edge virtual reality while in the city.
Traces, created by Val McDermid, filmed around the city earlier this week, including a helicopter on capturing exterior shots of the city on July 5.
And stars of the show, including Martin Compston, paid a visit to Dundee University’s Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science to see the work carried out at the centre.
The invite to the centre came from its director, Professor Niamh Nic Daéid — who is also a scientific adviser for the show.
Traces explores the world of forensic science in Tayside.
Compston was joined by co-star Molly Windsor, who were both there as the centre was celebrating its third anniversary.
Ms Nic Daéid said: “It is a real pleasure to work with writer Amelia Bullmore, as well as the cast and the production team from Red Production Company and, of course, Val McDermid, who came up with the idea.
“We are working with the team to show some of the real science behind the forensic science showcased in this exciting new series.”
Traces is scheduled to air on the Alibi channel later this year.