Human-Computer Interaction

ViTras - Virtual Reality Therapy by Stimulation of Modulated Body Perception

Overview

ViTraS develops therapy methods based on controlled modulation of body perception and behaviour patterns with the help of current Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR/AR) technologies. Body-related health disorders are currently of high relevance. In particular, the number of cases of obesity is increasing rapidly and is becoming a massive problem for individual well-being with economic consequences. After weight reduction, many of the patients affected regain weight. ViTraS uses the psychological effect of VR/AR to increase the effectiveness of therapy and reduce the relapse rate.

News

Bernd Sibler visited HCI
Science Minister Bernd Sibler visits the Center for Artificial Intelligence Data Science - CAIDAS Würzburg
ViTraS project @ BMBF Projectgallery
The ViTraS project has been selected to be presented in the BMBF Projectgallery. This year's gallery shows future-oriented projects in the field of HCI lunched in 2019.
ViTraS project @ BR
In two reports of public television (BR Fernsehen) and radio (Bayern 2) Prof. Latoschik and Prof. Wienrich present the current laboratory setup and the project outline of the ViTraS project for virtual reality based support of obesity therapy.
ViTraS won the price for the 'best impact'!
iLAST and ViTraS made it to the short list of projects and were honored by a jury of experts at the DIVR Award. We are happy to announce that ViTraS won the category 'best impact'!

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