REVRLaw: An Immersive Way for Teaching Criminal Law Using Virtual Reality"...REVRLaw (REal and Virtual Reality Law) is a research project that the departments of Law and Computer Science of Westminster University have proposed as a new framework in which law students can explore a real case scenario using Virtual Reality (VR) technology to discover important pieces of evidence from a real-given scenario and make up their mind over the crime case if this is a murder or not....".
Markos Mentzelopoulos, James Parrish, Paresh Kathrani and Daphne Economou, 'REVRLaw: An Immersive Way for Teaching Criminal Law Using Virtual Reality' (2016) Immersive Learning Research Network. https://doi-org.ezp01.library.qut.edu.au/10.1007/978-3-319-41769-1_6
A resource that provides you with an opportunity to experience a virtual cell and isolation.
Available for iOS, Android, Oculus, Daydream, and Samsung Gear.
Use on: Tethered/standalone headset. Smartphone headset.
Spend days in the life of someone who can no longer afford a home in Becoming Homeless: A Human Experience. Interact with your environment to attempt to save your home and to protect yourself and your belongings, as you walk in another’s shoes and face the adversity of living without a home.