Interactive Courtroom in Virtual Reality
Virtice is an interactive courtroom in virtual reality. The first of it's kind.
It is located in the National Commissioners Office at Skúlagata 21, 101 Reykjavík.
With Virtice, users are able to:
- Get familiar with courtrooms and court proceedings.
- Get better understanding of the layout of the court and better sense of the space.
- Decrease anxiety and stress before the actual court proceedings.
- Get courage to take their case all the way.
How does Virtice work?
Virtice is a software connected to a VR headset.
We encourage every user to take at least three sessions.
Every session is lead by a specialist for support and guidance.
The length of each session is 50 minutes.
Anyone can book a session in Virtice.
For more information contact us.
Virtice was developed with the aim of creating a new preparation method for victims of violence.
Virtice is an exact replica of courtroom 402 in the Reykjavík District Court.
It was developed in collaboration with victims and experts in the field of violent crime, the National Commissioner of Police and the police in the capital area.
The Faculty of Psychology at Reykjavík University has been researching Virtice for the past two years with very promising results.
We encourage everyone interested in booking a session in Virtice to fill out this form or send us an email. Do not hesitate to contact us for further information.