The MSBA Young Lawyers Section has a posted a number of virtual reality trainings for attorneys on YouTube @ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpNB33ElBfOsECWfYdilf3PRr7Pa1Zav4.
The trainings were created for new attorneys but could be helpful for self-represented litigants as well. They were shot with a 360 degree camera and should be viewed with virtual reality headset. According to a blog post at Technical.ly Baltimore the trainings are the work of Matthew Stubenberg of MVLS and William Buschur.
The videos available include:
Consumer Protection – Intention to Defend Debt Collection
Expungement – Determination of Marijuana Weight Hearing
Expungement – Good Cause Hearing
Family Law Divorce Settlement
The videos can be viewed without a VR headset but then the viewer will not get the full courtroom experience. There are many models for virtual reality headsets but the least expensive recommended was Google Cardboard. (I once got one as part of the New York Times – I will bring it to the law library in case anyone would like to try out VR attorney training.)