When a use of force decision is factored out, relative distances are an important factor in deciding if, when and what type of force should be used. Historically, simulation systems use 2D video scenarios. To gauge for distance the officer could only use relative size. This method of evaluating distance is inaccurate and has been shown to contribute to negative training: The development of habits that are inconsistent with true-life applications. The Ti Training Lab system now offers a proprietary module that includes full branching, high definition (HD 1080i) 3D video. The video represents true-life proportional height and width accuracy and adds the element of depth, giving the viewer a fully immersed experience, as if stepping into a virtual environment. This type of 3D training provides a realistic simulation and forces the brain to process the perceived information consistent with a real world event. Officers who have completed 3D scenarios on the Training Lab experience an emotional kinesthetic component to their decision making, a significant connection to the real world.