Healthcare / Medical Devices

VR Therapeutics

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What is VR Therapeutics?

VR technology refers to computer-generated 3D environments that users experience via sensory stimuli (like lights, sounds, vibrations, etc.) and, in some cases, responsive interaction. First developed for entertainment purposes, semi- and fully immersive VR solutions are increasingly being explored as therapeutic adjuncts or alternatives across several areas of medicine.

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Leaders

Leaders are the most established service providers in the market and possess the breadth to address various customer needs.

See why these companies made it as leaders for VR Therapeutics. These companies include BehaVR and Magic Leap.

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BehaVR

United States / Founded Year: 2016

BehaVR helps individuals activate healthy behavior change. The platform creates personalized and dynamic Virtual Reality experiences that educate, motivate and activate desired health behaviors.

Key People

William Frist, Aaron Gani, Rory Channer, and 1 more

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Magic Leap

United States / Founded Year: 2010

Magic Leap is an augmented reality company that develops human computing interfaces and software. The company develops Magic Leap One, a wearable device that lets users see and interact with digital content in the real world. The Magic Leap One includes a headset (Lightwear), a processor unit (Lightpack), and a controller, all powered by spatial operating system Lumin OS.

Known Partners

SyncThink, Geopogo.com, Cisco, and 1 more

Key People

Rony Abovitz, Peggy Johnson, John Doherty, and 2 more

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XRHealth

United States / Founded Year: 2016

XRHealth creates medical & wellness applications using XR technology. The VRHealth Platform collects and analyzes user interactions with virtual objects and environments. By using AI cloud computing algorithms, XRHealth delivers an enhanced experience and real-time data analytics, for use in clinics and at home, where users can analyze and quantify performance through a digital experience.

Key People

Eran Orr, Deepa Javeri

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Sympatient

Germany / Founded Year: 2017

Sympatient provides anxiety therapy in patient's homes with mobile virtual reality, apps, and real therapists.

Key People

Christian Angern, Julian Angern, Jan-Niklas Rösch, and 1 more

Highfliers

Highfliers are the most innovative service providers in the market and possess the resources to address evolving customer needs.

See why these companies made it as highfliers for VR Therapeutics. These companies include Limbix and AppliedVR.

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Limbix

United States / Founded Year: 2017

Limbix makes virtual reality and digital treatment tools for therapists.

Known Partners

BehaVR, TrialSpark, Pixvana

Key People

Scott Satkin, Jonathan Sockell, Benjamin Lewis, and 2 more

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AppliedVR

United States / Founded Year: 2016

AppliedVR, which was founded in 2015, offers virtual reality-based treatments for chronic pain management. The company's EaseVRx solution, which aims to combine cognitive-behavioral therapies with mindfulness exercises, was designated by the FDA as a virtual reality (VR) prescription therapy for treatment-resistant fibromyalgia and chronic intractable lower back pain.The platform is designed to engage the patient during all stages of procedures in hospitals and surgical centers, offering patients drug-free alternatives to manage pain and anxiety associated with medical procedures.

Key People

David Sackman, Josh Sackman, Matthew Stoudt, and 2 more

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Rey

United States / Founded Year: 2016

Rey is working to improve mental health and wellness by combining cognitive behavioral therapy, talk therapy, medication, and clinically validated tech tools, such as VR, to care for people in new ways. Its parent company, OxfordVR, developed the use of VR to create automated, clinically validated psychological treatments.

Key People

Deepak Gopalakrishna, Samantha Lawson, Mike Desjadon

Outperformers

Outperformers are the most specialized service providers in the market and possess the expertise to address unique customer needs.

See why these companies made it as outperformers for VR Therapeutics. These companies include Nunaps.

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Nunaps

South Korea / Founded Year: 2017

Nunaps is a digital therapeutics company that develops Nunaps Vision, a VR software that treats visual impairment after brain injury.

Key People

DongHo Kang

Challengers

Challengers are the most promising service providers in the market and possess the agility to address emerging customer needs.

See why these companies made it as challengers for VR Therapeutics. These companies include Tripp and Floreo.

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Tripp

United States / Founded Year: 2017

Tripp is developing experiences that are digitally delivered. Tripp is developing a new way to create a state of mindfulness that isn't just guided but happens "around" users. The company is combining multiple elements to create a completely immersive, supercharged experience that is crafted to put users in a different headspace.

Key People

Nanea Reeves, Zachary Norman, Jason Asbahr

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Floreo

United States / Founded Year: 2016

Floreo uses VR interactive content to help people with autism spectrum disorder, especially kids and teens, with everything from police interactions to school work.

Known Customers

State of Tennessee

Key People

Vijay Ravindran, Sinan Turnacioglu, Felix Anthony

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Psious

Spain / Founded Year: 2013

Psious offers treatment for behavioral and mental health issues through virtual reality immersion therapy.

Key People

Xavier Palomer Ripoll, Tania Sagaste, Francisco Barrios, and 1 more

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Otolith Labs

United States / Founded Year: 2015

Otolith Labs specializes in vestibular masking technology. It builds hardware products powered by science, data, and clinical research for the treatment of vertigo.

Key People

Samuel Owen, Jon Akers, Jack Daggitt

What is VR Therapeutics?

VR technology refers to computer-generated 3D environments that users experience via sensory stimuli (like lights, sounds, vibrations, etc.) and, in some cases, responsive interaction. First developed for entertainment purposes, semi- and fully immersive VR solutions are increasingly being explored as therapeutic adjuncts or alternatives across several areas of medicine.

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