We are proud to collaborate with a diverse range of esteemed institutions. Together, we are revolutionizing the fields of virtual reality, embodiment, and behavioral change.
Partnering with Arttic-Innovation strengthens our collaborative efforts in the EnvironMental Project. Together, we combine their expertise in innovation management with our immersive technologies to develop sustainable solutions that address environmental challenges and inspire positive change. Arttic-Innovation has been managing large-scale research and innovation projects since 1987, setting up and managing over 400 projects in EU funding programs.
Partnering with Baruch Ivcher Institute, a leading institution in Israel, strengthens our efforts in combating gender violence through virtual reality. By combining their expertise in social sciences with our technological innovations, we aim to create impactful solutions for preventing intimate partner violence. The institute explores various fields, including psychology, cognitive sciences, rehabilitation, computer science, and neuroimaging, to develop sensory experiences, study brain activations, and unravel the functional roles of body representations.
Partnering with Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin in the EnvironMental Project, we aim to revolutionize mental health interventions through virtual reality. By leveraging their renowned expertise in healthcare and our immersive technologies, we work towards developing innovative VR-based solutions that improve psychological well-being and support therapy. Charité is one of Europe’s largest university hospitals with a rich history of excellence in teaching, research, and clinical care.
Partnering with De Montfort University expands our collaborative network in the EnvironMental Project. By merging their expertise in environmental psychology and our immersive technologies, we aim to develop innovative virtual reality experiences that foster pro-environmental attitudes, behavior change, and sustainable practices. De Montfort University is a public university in Leicester, England, offering a wide range of programs and focusing on sustainability and promoting Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions.
Collaborating with D’Aix-Marseille Université in the EnvironMental Project enables us to leverage their research excellence in environmental studies. Together, we aim to create immersive experiences that raise awareness about environmental issues, promote sustainable behaviors, and drive positive environmental impact. Aix-Marseille University is the largest multidisciplinary French-speaking university, housing 122 research facilities and excelling in environmental research.
Partnering with the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour strengthens our research capabilities in understanding the cognitive and neural processes underlying virtual reality experiences. Together, we aim to uncover the mechanisms of perception, attention, and memory in immersive environments, advancing the field of virtual reality research. The Donders Institute is a world-class research center dedicated to studying human cognition and behavior in health and disease.
As partners in the GuestXR project, our collaboration with Eurecat combines their expertise in technology research and innovation with our immersive virtual reality solutions. Together, we aim to push the boundaries of what is possible in creating transformative experiences, focusing on guest experiences in various industries. Eurecat is the major Research and Technology Organization in Catalonia, Spain, providing R&D&I services in various technological divisions to help companies be more competitive and innovative.
EventLab is an esteemed research institute operating at the intersection of computer science, psychology, and neuroscience. Their focus lies in conducting technical research on virtual environments, specifically exploring the brain’s representation of the body and the implications of body ownership. Their expertise in these domains greatly enhances our ability to create truly immersive experiences. EventLab is also a valued partner in multiple projects, including GuestXR, environMental, and Socrates.
In collaboration with Freie Universität Berlin, we combine our virtual reality expertise with their research excellence to address environmental issues. Together, we develop immersive experiences that promote environmental awareness, behavior change, and sustainable practices for a greener future.
Through our collaboration with Fundació Blanquerna, we bridge the gap between technology and education. Together, we develop immersive experiences that facilitate learning, promote diversity and inclusion, and enhance the educational journey for students.
Fundació Blanquerna prioritizes research with social impact. This shared commitment strengthens our collaboration and aligns our goals.
Partnering with Guger Technologies in the GuestXR project, we combine their expertise in brain-computer interfaces with our virtual reality solutions. Together, we explore the potential of neurofeedback and brainwave monitoring to enhance the user experience and advance virtual reality. Guger Technologies specializes in medical products for brain-computer interface and neurotechnology research.
Collaborating with Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI) allows us to tap into their expertise in human-computer interaction and design thinking. Together, we create immersive experiences that merge cutting-edge technology with user-centered design principles, enhancing user engagement and satisfaction.
Hasso Plattner Institute is a renowned German IT institute focused on IT-Systems Engineering. Affiliated with the University of Potsdam, HPI brings extensive knowledge in human-computer interaction, enriching our collaborative efforts.
Partnering with Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, a renowned medical institution, strengthens our focus on healthcare applications of virtual reality. Together, we explore how immersive technologies can improve patient outcomes, enhance medical training, and revolutionize healthcare delivery. Hospital Clínic de Barcelona has been consistently recognized as a top hospital in Spain, with accolades for its quality of care and facilities.
Collaborating closely with Hospital de Vall d’Hebrón allows us to integrate our immersive technologies with their healthcare expertise. Together, we strive to enhance patient experiences and explore the potential of virtual reality in medical applications. The Vall d’Hebron University Hospital is a public and university-affiliated hospital founded in 1955, with a strong presence in Catalonia, Spain.
Our partnership with Inria, the French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation, empowers us to tap into the forefront of technological advancements. By combining our expertise in virtual reality and their research excellence, we aim to shape the future of immersive experiences. Hybrid’s scientific fields focus on Virtual Reality and 3D interaction with virtual environments, aiming to create novel “body-based” and “mind-based” controls of virtual environments.
Collaborating with the Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies (ICREA) amplifies our research capabilities and fosters innovation in immersive virtual reality. Together, we explore novel applications and push the boundaries of transformative experiences. ICREA is a foundation supported by the Catalan Government, employing talented researchers from around the world. It promotes cooperation, international openness, and excellence in research.
Partnering with IDIBAPS, we contribute to the VR per GENRE project, aiming to explore the impact of virtual reality in healthcare. Together, we conduct cutting-edge research to understand how immersive experiences can enhance patient care, improve medical training, and address specific medical conditions based on gender differences.
Collaborating with the Institute of Neurosciences at Universitat de Barcelona, we delve into the intersection of neuroscience and virtual reality. By combining their research excellence with our immersive technologies, we strive to gain deeper insights into brain function and behavior, ultimately enhancing the quality and effectiveness of our virtual reality experiences. The Institute of Neurosciences is a frontrunner in international neuroscience research, investigating the brain at every level.
Partnering with Kings College London in the environMental Project, we aim to use virtual reality to address mental health and well-being. By merging their expertise in psychology and our immersive technologies, we create innovative VR experiences that support stress reduction, mindfulness, and emotional well-being, ultimately improving mental health outcomes. Kings College London is dedicated to driving positive and sustainable change in society through exceptional education, impactful research, and genuine service to society.
Collaborating with KSILINK in the environMental Project allows us to harness their expertise in sustainability and climate action. Together, we strive to create immersive experiences that educate, engage, and empower individuals and communities to take meaningful steps towards a more sustainable future. KSILINK specializes in designing and applying unique patient-based cellular assays for large-scale phenotypic screening, leveraging the power of AI-driven image analysis.
Our partnership with Maastricht University brings together the fields of psychology and virtual reality, enabling us to deepen our understanding of human behavior and develop effective interventions. Through joint research projects, we aim to advance the science behind immersive experiences. Maastricht University is recognized as one of the leading universities in Europe, regularly ranked among the top 300 universities worldwide.
Collaborating with the Oslo Psychology Institute in the environMental Project combines their expertise in environmental psychology with our immersive technologies. Together, we aim to develop virtual reality experiences that promote sustainable behaviors, climate change adaptation, and a stronger connection to nature. The Oslo Psychology Institute is the oldest and largest research institute and educational institution in psychology in Norway, known for its contributions to various fields of psychology.
As partners in the i4i project, our collaboration with the Psychology and Language Sciences Division at University College London focuses on innovation in immersive technologies. Through joint research efforts, we aim to develop state-of-the-art virtual reality interventions that promote behavior change, improve mental health, and enhance well-being. The Psychology and Language Sciences Division at University College London is ranked second in the world for psychology and is the top-ranked university in the UK for research power in Psychology, Psychiatry, and Neuroscience.
Partnering with the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA) in the environMental Project allows us to leverage their research excellence in interdisciplinary sciences. Together, we aim to explore the potential of immersive technologies in addressing complex environmental challenges and fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural world. ISTA is an international research institute in natural and exact sciences, known for its commitment to interdisciplinary research and encouraging scientists to pursue their own goals and ideas.
As partners in the VRPerGenere project, our collaboration with the Psychology department of The University of Jyväskylä focuses on addressing gender-related issues through virtual reality. By combining their expertise in psychology and our immersive technologies, we strive to create impactful solutions that promote gender equality, inclusivity, and empathy. The University of Jyväskylä’s Faculty of Education has a rich history and is known for its multidisciplinary approach in educational research and research on extra-school education.
Partnering with Universität Potsdam in the environMental Project enables us to leverage their research excellence in environmental sciences and sustainability. Together, we strive to create immersive experiences that raise awareness about pressing environmental issues, inspire action, and drive positive environmental change. Universität Potsdam is Brandenburg’s largest university and has been recognized as a winner in the “Excellence in Teaching” initiative.
Collaborating with the University of Bonn in the environMental Project combines their expertise in environmental sciences with our immersive technologies. Together, we aim to create impactful virtual reality experiences that promote environmental education, sustainability, and empower individuals to make eco-friendly choices. The University of Bonn is one of Germany’s Universities of Excellence and has a strong record of disciplinary excellence in various fields.
Our collaboration with Warsaw University expands our reach and allows us to collaborate with experts in psychology and social sciences. Together, we strive to create evidence-based virtual reality solutions that promote inclusivity, empathy, and positive social outcomes. Warsaw University is among the top 3% of the world’s best universities and holds a strong position in international rankings.
Collaborating with Zentralinstitut für Seelische Gesundheit in the environMental Project allows us to combine their expertise in mental health with our immersive technologies. Together, we aim to develop virtual reality experiences that promote mental well-being, stress reduction, and psychological restoration in natural and immersive environments. The Central Institute of Mental Health (CIMH) focuses on improving therapies and developing new treatment options for mental illnesses.