字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Oh, yeah. Do you have any fears? Flying Heights, Toilets? A startup here in Barcelona called Silas wants to help people get over those fears using virtual reality as part of what's known as exposure therapy. My fear heights. Have anything for that? Holy Lowy. Morrissey. This guy in the less I see of the buildings, I'm going up. I do feel a bit more nervous. Oh, yeah. 00 All right. Whoa! That was pretty close to the rial deal. But would I normally be doing this in a therapist office or at home by myself? This is a professional tools on the set of these only professionals can use this to everything is put on the screen the control panel for the therapy so it can change the experience they can customized experience according to the patient reaction, What are the different phobias or conditions that you're trying to treat with this specific four years, like freedom flying, generalised anxiety, social anxiety, acrophobia without fear of spiders and snakes? Yeah, we have that. Not the snakes spiders on this time is gonna be a 3 60 video. Well, I don't have agora phobia, but I do feel like I'm right in the middle of the crowd in the subway, people coming by heading toward the escalators. And so when you're developing these three D environments, are you working in conjunction with therapists as you design? Yeah. We have a psychologist psychiatrist on the team. They redesigned the treatment and the needs of scenarios. And then the developers come in and they have available what the professional say. And for some people does not work. Yeah, for some people that this doesn't work. And for other people do they do this and then graduate to doing it in real life? That's a final, of course. Helping patients face the real situation on B. Okay. Oh, my God. That guy next to me is terrified. Dude, it will be all right here holding the hand. I'll help you.