I get the occasional phone call from software vendors looking to sell into the legal market. I always enjoy hearing about what’s new.
The other day, Sunil Kaki of Nomos Tech got in touch about software his company has developed that will allow lawyers to use virtual reality as part of the presentation of an expert, or in other situations. There’s a cool video that was on TechTV illustrating an application that was done for the Courtroom 21 Project at Worldviz.com.
In the right situation, especially where a walkthrough of a room or multiple perspectives are needed, it could make for compelling testimony. Be the first to try this technique in your courtroom.