In this article Gema Climent, CIO of Nesplora Technology and Behaviour, explains how virtual reality can be used to evaluate brain disorders. It’s an efficient way to measure cognitive function more accurately than old methods. A more surprising thing is that patients are more motivated to be evaluated because VT tools are easy to use and more “fun”.
Enter Nesplora Technology and Behaviour and its VR-based evaluation tools for mental disorders: A set of virtual reality glasses and headphones, with the patient entering a virtual environment. Reaction to stimuli and the ability to perform specific tasks in this environment will seamlessly provide a diagnosis, leaving clinicians enough information to pick the best possible treatment option.
Source: Virtual reality for better diagnosis of mental disorders | News | CORDIS | European Commission