The virtual reality lab is used to create an illusion of presence or movement in a "different" reality transmitted by an AV record or created by a computer program. The main use of the laboratory is to create real-world simulations and capture the behavior of an individual in a given situation, along with the recording of selected biological parameters.

The basic technology of the virtual reality lab is called CAVE (CAVE Automatic Virtual Environment). CAVE consists of four projection walls (front, left, right and bottom), special mirrors with a front reflective layer for rear projection, four 3D HD projectors with image processor and control and tracking computer.