The room contains an intercom, whiteboard on the right side and set of projector plus a screen on a table up front. In the 2002 Remake, the Visual Data Room is added with various shelves which store audio-visual materials and videos. A small room also was added which requires a four-digit passcode to enter.
There's a panel located on the right side of the room where the button inside can be used to move the pillar away to reveal the Key for the Power Area. If the Slide Filter was taken from the Researcher's private room, it can be placed onto the projector. The slides reveal Albert Wesker's involvement with Umbrella. The remaining of the slides show Umbrella's B.O.W.s: the Cerberus, the Hunter α, and the Tyrant T-002 model.
In REmake, the player can find various items; a First Aid Spray that is placed on the table, the map by checking the shelf and the Key for the Power Area on the small room which requires a four-digit passcode (8462) to enter. Unlike in the original 1996 Resident Evil, the player can view the slide immediately by checking the projector, although the player will still need the Slide Filter to access the adjoining footage editing room, as the red toned filter is the only way to discern the access code. In the small room accessed by passcode, the player is finally able to view Kenneth's film. Also in the small room is a file and a box of shotgun shells if playing on Normal or Easy.
|Intercom on the right side||An intercom. It does not seem to be operative.|
|Whiteboard||Unfamiliar physics symbols are written here.|
|Panel on the left side||There's a panel. Will you open it? Yes/No|
|Switch inside the panel||There's a switch. Will you push it? Yes/No|
|Resident Evil (2002)|
|About to take the map||There's a map of the LABORATORY. Take it? Yes/No
(Yes) You got the map of the LABORATORY.
|The shelf near the small room||The audio-visual materials are filed neatly away. There doesn't seem to be anything important.|
|The shelf||Videos are stored on the shelves. They're all security camera recordings.|
|The large screen||A screen for use with a movie projector.|
|The projector||The film has been set into place. View it? Yes/No|
|The password terminal||A passcode entry terminal. Use it? Yes/No|
- Takeo (ed.), Inside of BIO-HAZARD, p.110