Immerse yourself into the perspective of a 7 year old. See, hear and feel how an argument between your parents escalates and leads to violence. The ‘Don’t Forget Me’ virtual reality experience allows the user to understand what it feels like to witness such a traumatic event as a child. The main goal of this project is to raise more awareness for the effect of domestic violence on children in particular. The simulation is widely used in therapy, training and education, and encourages perpetrators, professionals, students and bystanders to remember this often forgotten and utmost fragile victim.
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How the simulation is being used
Among others ‘Don’t Forget Me’ is being used by the Dutch Probation Service in the training of perpetrators of domestic violence. The simulation is also being used in the education of future professionals by the University of Arnhem & Nijmegen (Netherlands) and the Dutch Police Academy. Several healthcare organizations implemented the simulation in treatment of perpetrators. For more information on how to implement this simulation within your organization, contact us via the form below.
Also, if you have any questions concerning this simulation, use the form below. We encourage organizations to participate in the further development of this simulation and/or other scenarios and perspective of domestic violence. Interested? Visit our ‘become a partner’ page and fill in the form! Currently, the second and highly improved second version of the simulation is in development. To stay up to date, feel free to subscribe using the widget on top of this page.
- HTC Vive, VR Headset
- Laptop or desktop. Minimal of 4GB RAM and a NVIDIA GTX 970 (or similar) graphics card.
Also regarding hardware, you can contact our team of experts for assistance.
In collaboration with
Dutch Probation Service and Ministry of Justice & Safety.