How Virtual Reality Is Changing The Way Legal Cases Are Tried Paid Members Public
Virtual Reality is changing how legal cases are tried in court by providing a realistic experience of crime scenes or other relevant events. VR can also train legal personnel, improve public engagement in legal proceedings, and help legal decision-makers make more informed and accurate decisions.
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