At the forefront of innovation, our Psych Adaptive Virtual Environments (PAVE) software suite is poised to transform the landscape of Virtual Reality (VR). PAVE goes beyond the ordinary, offering a groundbreaking set of functions that redefine how we interact with digital and virtual environments.

Key Features


Real-time Psych Adaptation:  Experience the next level of immersion as PAVE allows VR headsets to estimate a range of user emotional responses in real-time. The software dynamically adapts to the virtual environment without the need for additional hardware, ensuring an experience that optimises the potential for the desired outcomes.

Feed-Forward and Feedback Eye Movement Training: PAVE empowers users with cutting-edge 'feed-forward' and 'feedback' eye movement training techniques, enabling new forms of training and coaching that would not be possible in conventional training.

Potential Applications: PAVE extends far beyond traditional boundaries, opening up exciting possibilities in various domains:

Therapy: Explore therapeutic interventions with enhanced emotional engagement and response analysis, that are tailored to the specific needs of a user.

Training: Revolutionize training programs by incorporating emotionally adaptive simulations that maintain the trainee in the optimal state of challenge. 

Entertainment: Immerse yourself in entertainment experiences that respond to your emotions, creating truly personalized experiences.

Gaming: Elevate gaming interactions with dynamic environments that evolve based on player emotions and behaviour.

PAVE is a solution to many problems

How can we assess non-technical competencies in pilots (the root cause of most accidents)?


Covert eye monitoring in a virtual simulation looking for effective data acquisition and stress indicators.

How can we reduce the annual £11M cost to the NHS from missed MRI appointments?


Create an adaptive virtual exposure tool that can screen patients for anxiety based eye-movements.

How can we reduce accidents on industrial sites such as refineries and power stations?


By using eye-tracking to explore and coach appropriate attention modes in workers.

How can we train security forces to make successful split second judgements in combat?


Adaptive virtual training that coaches trainees to visually acquire and assess targets effectively.

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