A Study Of Virtual Reality's Courtroom Applications

Law360 (November 3, 2020, 4:37 PM EST) -- As virtual reality technology proliferates, there is increasing interest in potential applications outside of entertainment and gaming.

Beyond recreation, VR has been identified as a training tool for industrial, military and educational settings, and the use of VR as a methodological technique in experimental research has continued to expand in recent years. Compared to conventional training or experimental techniques, a key advantage noted by VR practitioners is the degree to which a virtual environment accurately simulates the analogous real-life situation or scene of interest.

This noted degree of realism suggests the courtroom may be another domain where VR technology could be...

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