Psychotherapy and VR

By allowing to confront patients with the source of their
psychological disorders in a controlled environment,
virtual reality is very effective in treating mental health.
We offer different types of VR applications. Ranging from
treatment of specific phobias to anxiety widespread or
for training in the relaxation and mindfulness meditation
in a bucolic landscape.

For example, a person with vertigo may be in an elevator
hanging on facade of a skyscraper. The therapist, thanks
to his computer, can raise the elevator higher, or make
the ground transparent for to accentuate the difficulty
of the exercise. He can also judge the progress of the
patient by developing cognitive exercises adapted.


Health explained through augmented reality

Thanks to augmented reality, the doctor and the medical
team can intuitively explain a medical problem to the
Indeed, with the help of an electronic device (specialized
glasses, tablet or smartphone), the educational team can
represent in 3D an organ and show in detail the problem
to the patient.

The patient would see in the ability to better understand
his medical problem but also his treatment or surgery
that would help him.

Virtual reality can cure half of children with autism

About 25% of children with autism have phobias, which
is why scientists are looking for a way to help them
overcome them.

At Next-Frontier, we have different scenarios to cover
a wide variety of phobias: wasps, lifts, twilight, empty,
balloons, dolls, public transport, school, enter a room …
Guided by the therapist, the child can face his phobia at
his own pace to overcome it.

Equipped with a controller, the child progresses within
this virtual setting and remains master of the situation.