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Interactive VR-Scenarios

Please note that you can only subscribe to the VR scenarios once you have received the smart system hardware.

Seminar room

Speaking in front of an audience is one of the greatest fears of all! Whether for presentations, job interviews or examinations: With this scenario you can help your patients in a completely new way.
Scenario-seminar-room

Treatment of social phobia and preparation for lectures, job interviews and examinations

Speaking in front of an audience is one of the greatest fears of all! Whether for presentations, job interviews or examinations: With this scenario you can help your patients in a completely new way.

Description of the scenario

At the start of the scenario, the patients find themselves in the entrance area of the room. The patient walks himself or herself or teleports to the middle of the room by clicking on the controller. In front of them, there are tables set up in a U-shape with 12 people sitting there.

The patient can now begin their lecture. The therapist can trigger different reactions from the audience during this time. Specifically:

  • Unrest
  • Laughter
  • High attention level
  • Someone raises a hand to ask a question*

Otherwise the avatars move in a natural way.eise.

Additional feature

  • The therapist can change the scenario with a click, so that the patient is sitting in front of only three people.
  • The therapist can also have a person raise their hand to ask a question.*
  • The therapist can also activate a stage scene with hundreds of listeners. The patient can move around on a large stage. The listeners automatically follow their movement and thus maintain eye contact. The reactions described above are also possible here.

This feature is used when a job interview or exam situation is simulated.

*The option, “ask questions by raising a person’s hand” is implemented in such a way that although in the scenario a person wants to ask a question, the question is actually asked by the therapist. This allows a high degree of individuality. Questions with added therapeutic value are identified in preliminary discussions with the patient. This allows a high degree of individuality. Questions with added therapeutic value are identified in preliminary discussions with the patient.

Seminar room

Airplane

The fear of airplanes does not only come from a fear of flying. The expected lack of space and the feeling of being far away from home can also trigger reactions of panic. With this scenario you can help your patients to cope with private and professional travel.
VR-Szenario Airplane

Treatment of aviophobia, claustrophobia and agoraphobia

The fear of airplanes does not only come from a fear of flying. The expected lack of space and the feeling of being far away from home can also trigger reactions of panic. With this scenario you can help your patients to cope with private and professional travel.

Description of the scenario

At the beginning, the patient stands in the aisle of the aircraft, takes a few steps and looks for an empty seat. There are two free seats on one side. The patient clicks on a seat and teleports there. The patient should now also sit down in your practice.

On the plane, the patient experiences a typical atmosphere a few minutes before take-off. They can look out of the window or at the monitor in front of them, where a relaxation video is playing.

The therapist can activate the following interactions in this scenario: Specifically:

  • Start – by looking out of the window and via the engine noises getting ever louder, an authentic starting experience is created. After a few minutes, the aircraft switches to normal flight mode.
  • Landing – here too, the patient experiences a realistic descent followed by a landing.
  • The seat next to the patient can be occupied by a stranger or left vacant.
  • The therapist can trigger an announcement that there will be some turbulence shortly.
  • The therapist can trigger turbulence. The whole environment shakes. The other people sitting next to the therapist also react with corresponding movements and there is an acoustic clattering.
  • The therapist can trigger a false alarm with masks falling down and passengers screaming in terror.

Airplane

Event foyer

Sit at a table with strangers, make contact, engage in small talk, network – for many people with social phobia or similar problems, this is a task that is almost impossible to solve. With this scenario you can help your patients to deal with it!
VR scenario event foyer

Treatment of social phobia, shyness and eating disorders

Sit at a table with strangers, make contact, engage in small talk, network – for many people with social phobia or similar problems, this is a task that is almost impossible to solve. With this scenario you can help your patients to deal with it! With this scenario you can help your patients to deal with it!

Description of the scenario

The patient is in the corner of a large common room, from where he or she has a good overview of what is happening. He/she can walk through the room themselves or teleport to certain points by clicking on the controller.

On one side of the room there is a buffet table with drinks and food. The therapist can use many features in this scenario. Specifically:

  • The therapist can increase the number of tables from 0-7 with 2 people respectively on each.
  • The patient can approach each table where the people are sitting.
  • The therapist can trigger positive or negative feedback from the people

Further interaction possibilities in the waiter game

  • The patient can take the tray in one hand.
  • The therapist can trigger a drink order by the hand movement of one of the people.
  • The patients can serve a drink to this table.
  • The therapist can also trigger positive or negative feedback here.

Further features on the topic of “food”

  • The patient can take a plate with pizza or a cake on it.
  • The patient can go through the room whilst carrying this plate and can then place it on a bar table or can bring it back.

This feature can provide interesting insights into the therapeutic success of patients with eating disorders. A combination with biofeedback can be a particularly useful addition here.

Event foyer

Bar with slot machines

Instead of triggering anxiety, these environments trigger stress in many of those affected and are therefore equally suitable for exposure. As a therapist, you can observe the behavior of your patients here and obtain feedback.
VR-Scenario bar arcade

Treatment of alcoholism and compulsive gambling

Instead of triggering anxiety, these environments trigger stress in many of those affected and are therefore equally suitable for exposure. As a therapist, you can observe the behavior of your patients here and obtain feedback.

Description of the scenario

Your patient starts off in the entrance area of a bar and can either go to the bar itself or to the slot machines. Three slot machines are occupied and one is free. Depending on the treatment, the therapist has different options.

  • Click on “bar“: The slot machines disappear and the focus is on the bar.
  • Click on “gambling”: The slot machines are then more noticeable due to the lights and noises and thus should entice the patient.

For the patients, there are the following interaction possibilities:

  • They move through the room either by themselves or by clicking on the teleport points.
  • At the bar they can choose different drinks by clicking on a drinks list.
  • They can pick up the drink they have ordered and carry it or put it back.
  • They can activate the free slot machine by pressing a button and win something.

Bar with slot machines

Height

Fear of heights is one of the most widespread specific phobias. Those affected live with the permanent stress of being confronted with heights in everyday life. Holiday or business trips become a torture. With this scenario, you can achieve quick and lasting success in treating this phobia, which in itself is very easy to treat.
Scenario Hight

Description of the scenario

The patient is standing on a terrace of a high-rise building. In front of him/her, there is a walkway which extends a long way out. The patient can walk forward on this walkway and look down to the left and right. As an alternative to walking by themselves, the patient can teleport to different points on this walkway. The therapist can also change the height of the walkway and use other features.

The therapist can control the following features in this scenario:

  • Selecting the floor level between 1, 3, 8, 20
  • Switching on city sounds on the lower floors
  • Switching on wind sounds on the upper floors

Idea:
In the real environment a board can be placed on the floor, which the patient steps on to, in order to have a tangible feeling in the virtual experience.

Height

Syringe Scenario

Syringe phobia has several specifications: Fear of needles, fear of blood, fear of pain, fear of doctors. There are probably a few more. With this scenario you can help people to stop letting their fear stop them from wanting to be vaccinated.
Szenario-syringe

Syringe phobia has several specifications: Fear of needles, fear of blood, fear of pain, fear of doctors. There are probably a few more. With this scenario you can help people to stop letting their fear stop them from wanting to be vaccinated.

Description of the scenario

The patient first stands in a treatment room with a doctor standing next to a chair. . The patient can go to this chair and sit down. In reality, he sits down on a chair in your practice at this time. As soon as he sits down, he can see a realistic-looking upper body with an exposed left upper arm. The doctor now approaches and administers an injection to the virtual upper arm with a slightly larger syringe than in reality.

As a therapist, you can trigger the following actions yourself:

  • Make a doctor appear (scenario starts first without a doctor).
  • Select whether the upper body should look feminine or male.

The doctor gives an injection into the virtual left upper arm.

Syringe Scenario

Room with a spider

The fear of spiders is widespread. Those affected suffer not only at the sight of a spider, but also every time they go to the cellar or when tidying up their living room. The mere possibility that an encounter might occur restricts their life quality. This scenario is exactly the controlled setting that sufferers need for successful treatment.

Treatment of spider phobia

The fear of spiders is widespread. Those affected suffer not only at the sight of a spider, but also every time they go to the cellar or when tidying up their living room. The mere possibility that an encounter might occur restricts their life quality. This scenario is exactly the controlled setting that sufferers need for successful treatment.

Description of the scenario

At the beginning the patient stands in a room and looks at a table and a chair. He/she can go there or teleport themselves by clicking on the controller. Once they get to the chair, they can sit down. At this point the therapist should help the patient to sit down on a real chair. In the scenario, the patient is now sitting in front of a virtual table.

The therapist can activate the following actions in this scenario:

  • Make a spider appear
  • Make the spider walk around
  • Make the spider walk towards the patient
  • Follow the patient’s hand
  • Change the size of the spider as required
  • Change the speed of the spider as required

Room with a spider

MRI tube

You do not necessarily have to suffer from claustrophobia to find an examination in an MRI tube unpleasant. For people with a fear of confinement, however, it is almost unbearable. The MRI tube is considered a commonly known place of confinement and can therefore also be used for claustrophobics who are confronted with other places of confinement in their everyday life.
VR-Szenario MRT-Roehre

You do not necessarily have to suffer from claustrophobia to find an examination in an MRI tube unpleasant. For people with a fear of confinement, however, it is almost unbearable. The MRI tube is considered a commonly known place of confinement and can therefore also be used for claustrophobics who are confronted with other places of confinement in their everyday life.

Description of the scenario

At the beginning, the patient stands in the corner of the treatment room where the MRI tube is located. He can either go over to the tube himself or jump there using the teleport function. He can look at the tube from close up and put his head in it for a test.

The patient can lie down in your practice. . At the push of a button, you can teleport him to where he has to lie down on the MRI tube. From now on, the patient experiences the rest of the procedure lying down. Including the movement into the MRI machine and the scan in the tube.

As the therapist, you can trigger the following actions yourself:

  • Bring the patient into the lying position in front of the MRI tube.
  • Let the patient enter the tube
  • Start and end the scan

MRI tube

Room with a mouse

For some a cute little mouse, but for those affected, it is a creature that makes them tremble. Since encounters with mice can happen at any time, there is a correspondingly high level of suffering. This scenario provides a controlled setting in which your patients are gently to intensively confronted with a mouse.
Szenario-mouse

For some a cute little mouse, but for those affected, it is a creature that makes them tremble. Since encounters with mice can happen at any time, there is a correspondingly high level of suffering. This scenario provides a controlled setting in which your patients are gently to intensively confronted with a mouse.

Description of the scenario

At the beginning, the patient sits on a sofa and looks at an empty table. . The patient can take another seat and move freely around the room. At the push of a button, the therapist can make a mouse appear on the table and then increase the confrontation through various actions.

The therapist can activate the following actions in this scenario:

  • Make mouse appear
  • Make mouse walk around
  • Let the mouse walk to the patient
  • Let the mouse move around the room and around the patient’s feet
  • Change mouse size as you like
  • Change the speed of the mouse as desired

Room with a mouse

We add new scenarios several times a year.

If you have any special requests, we can even develop individual scenarios or 360-degree films for your very own needs. Please do not hesitate to contact us!

360-degree-films

Please note that you can only subscribe to the 360-degree films once you have received the smart system hardware.

Public Transport

The avoidance of public transport can be associated with various fears. Here are some examples: Social phobia, fear of accidents, fear of crime, fear of infection. However, many people are dependent on public transport. With this offer you can help your patients to be more relaxed about it.

Public exposure description

In the first scene your patient is at a tram stop. The tram comes, the door opens and the first scene change follows. Now your patient is in the tram near other passengers. Some wear face masks, others do not. After some time, there is a change to a bus stop. Then your patient is on the bus and experiences the bus ride from two different perspectives.

An overview of the scene sequence once again

  1. Tram stop (duration: 01.20 minutes)
  2. Tram ride (duration: 01.20 minutes)
  3. Bus stop (duration: 00.58 minutes)
  4. Bus ride (duration: 00.56 minutes)
  5. Bus ride from a different perspective (duration: 01.06 minutes)

Total duration: 05:40 minutes

 

Public Transport

Basement

Basements are often threatening places for many people. Basements are often threatening places for many people. The fears associated with this are varied – spiders, confinement, ghosts, burglars, to name but a few examples. Nevertheless, going into a basement is often unavoidable. With this offer you help your patients to cope with it in a more composed manner.

Basements are often threatening places for many people. Basements are often threatening places for many people. The fears associated with this are varied – spiders, confinement, ghosts, burglars, to name but a few examples. Nevertheless, going into a basement is often unavoidable. With this offer you help your patients to cope with it in a more composed manner.

Description of the basement exposure

The patient stands at the foot of some basement stairs. In the next scene they are in front of an old basement compartment. A change of scene follows, whereupon the patient is then in this compartment. Afterwards the perspective changes. In both perspectives they may be given the task of finding a spider, which is located in certain places. This is followed by further scenes which leads the patient into a dark corridor.


An overview of the scene sequence once again

  1. In front of the basement stairs (duration: 00:20 minutes)
  2. In front of a basement compartment (duration: 00:20 minutes)
  3. In this basement compartment (duration: 02:00 minutes)
  4. A different perspective in this compartment (duration: 01:00 minute)
  5. In a corridor (duration: 00:20 minutes)
  6. At the end of the dark corridor (duration: 00:40 minutes)

Total duration: 04:10 minutes

Basement

The Dentist

A fear of the dentist leads to disadvantageous avoidance strategies for those affected. In contrast to some other fears, it is not possible to arrange a lifetime of avoidance. With this offer you help your patients to be at an appointment with the dentist on time.

A fear of the dentist leads to disadvantageous avoidance strategies for those affected. In contrast to some other fears, it is not possible to arrange a lifetime of avoidance. With this offer you help your patients to be at an appointment with the dentist on time.

Description of the exposure to the dentist

Der Patient befindet sich zuerst vor der Türe einer Zahnarztpraxis. The door opens, followed by a scene change. The patient now finds themselves sitting in the waiting room. Typical drilling noises can already be heard. This is followed by a change of scene into the treatment room. There the patient is standing in front of the treatment chair. After the next scene change the patient finds themselves sitting in the treatment chair. To the left of them is a dentist’s assistant. Typical drilling and suction noises can be heard.

An overview of the scene sequence once again

  1. Standing in front of the door (duration: 01:00 minute)
  2. Sitting in the waiting room (duration: 01:30 minutes)
  3. Standing in front of the treatment chair (duration: 00:40 minutes)
  4. Sitting on the treatment chair (duration: 02:00 minutes)

Total duration: 05:10 minutes

The Dentist

Public Park

Especially for people with a pronounced social phobia, public spaces are hardly accessible. Another problem can be the fear of infections. The result is often an isolated life in one’s own four walls. With this offer you can help your patients to improve their quality of life and health.

Especially for people with a pronounced social phobia, public spaces are hardly accessible. Another problem can be the fear of infections. The result is often an isolated life in one’s own four walls. With this offer you can help your patients to improve their quality of life and health.

Description of the park exposure

Your patient is in only one scene during the entire exposure – sitting on a park bench. What changes is what is happening around them. First, walkers pass by close to the bench. Later, two people take a seat on the neighboring bench and talk. Then another person takes a seat right next to your patient and reads a newspaper. This gradually increases the exposure.

An overview of the increased exposure once again

  1. The patient is sitting alone on a park bench.
  2. Walkers pass by closely.
  3. Two people sit down on a neighboring bench.
  4. A further person sits directly next to the patient.

Total duration: 08:24 minutes

Public Park

Waterfall in a primeval forest

The trickling sound of water has always been considered a point of attraction for those seeking respite. In this primeval forest, the water flows over a mighty rock face into a small pond from which a stream springs. The site is surrounded by dense primeval forest, but wooden paths lead out of it.
360degreefim Waterfall

The trickling sound of water has always been considered a point of attraction for those seeking respite. In this primeval forest, the water flows over a mighty rock face into a small pond from which a stream springs. The site is surrounded by dense primeval forest, but wooden paths lead out of it.

The procedure at a glance:

  1. Your patient is always in the same place.
  2. He can turn around in all directions and also look up to the waterfall.
  3. Only the natural sounds of the water flowing can be heard.
  4. There are short exercises whereby the patients close their eyes and mentally step under the water for refreshment.

Total duration: Unlimited

Waterfall in a primeval forest

Winter Landscape

Bright sunshine, crisp snow, a sparkling stream and white mountains on the horizon – a place just like out of a winter fairy tale. These scenes, combined with relaxing background music, are the perfect conditions for more peace and serenity.

Bright sunshine, crisp snow, a sparkling stream and white mountains on the horizon – a place just like out of a winter fairy tale. These scenes, combined with relaxing background music, are the perfect conditions for more peace and serenity.

An overview of the scenes

  1. View of a large frozen lake
  2. Snow-covered forest path with trudging sounds
  3. View of the lake from another perspectiveive
  4. Wooden bridge with snow falling from a branch into the stream

Total duration: 03:30 minutes

Bonus: For this 360-degree film you will receive, free of charge, a recommended instruction text for relaxation and recreation in this forest.

Winter Landscape

Sun rise in Australia

Many people find spending by the water to be relaxing and pleasant. If this is also possible on a deserted beach in Australia, where you can experience a fantastic sunrise, it will be a very special experience!

Many people find spending by the water to be relaxing and pleasant. If this is also possible on a deserted beach in Australia, where you can experience a fantastic sunrise, it will be a very special experience!

An overview of the process

  1. Your patient is always in the same place.
  2. They can turn in all directions.
  3. There are no other noises apart from the sound of the sea.
  4. Every minute you can observe the sun rising and rising.

Total duration: 08:53 minutes

Sun rise in Australia

A Lonely bay in Mallorca

To withdraw and leave everyday life behind is a great need for many. In this lonely bay on Mallorca this is absolutely possible! Your patient lets their eyes wander over the water and the small mountains on the horizon. Soothing music and the soft splashing of water will lead them into an ever-deeper state of relaxation.

To withdraw and leave everyday life behind is a great need for many. In this lonely bay on Mallorca this is absolutely possible! Your patient lets their eyes wander over the water and the small mountains on the horizon. Soothing music and the soft splashing of water will lead them into an ever-deeper state of relaxation.

An overview of the process

  1. Your patient is always in the same place.
  2. The rocky surroundings stand for protection and retreat.
  3. Besides the soft splashing of water, soothing music can be heard.

Total duration: 12:00 minutes

A Lonely bay in Mallorca

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The all-In package

With all available VR scenarios and 360° films and all new releases at a very attractive price.

Measure HRV, skin resistance and temperature while your patients are at dizzying heights.

Biofeedback Integration

The perfect opportunity for setting precise targets and measuring progress.

In all scenarios and films, you have the possibility to view biofeedback data of your patients in a new screen. Namely HRV, temperature and skin conductance.

The required evu TPS finger sensor is available from us.

Prices for the smart system

What else you should know - FAQs

Scenarios are computer-generated, fully interactive environments through which your patients can move, pick up objects and solve tasks.

What the patient does when in a scenario is up to the individual. There is no time limit.

In this way, the degree of confrontation can be increased individually by the patient, but also by the therapist. In some cases, a playful approach to situations that trigger anxiety or stress is also possible.

Therapists can actively intervene in the scenario on the laptop and control various changes or actions.

360-degree films are environments that have been recorded with a 360-degree camera. Patients experience realistic situations  and can look in all directions.

360-degree films are also used for exposures in situations that cause anxiety or stress.

The sequence and duration of the scenes are predetermined as in a film. Patients  have nothing to do actively, they are just observers.

They are also perfect for  relaxation exercises  in beautiful natural settings.

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