'Images have a huge influence on our brains and therewith have a strong influence on our emotions and our pattern of thought.'
CleVR specializes in creating complete and customized Virtual Reality (VR) solutions. CleVR delivers interactive custom built VR software and hardware for a wide range of purposes in the (Mental) Health Care sector (such as fear of heights, fear of flying, Psychosis and Social Phobia) and training sector, where the user is able to interact with the computer in a natural and intuitive way. These products are combined in a unique package that our customers can use straight away.
We have our own service & support team that is specially trained to support our customers with problems and answer all their questions. To keep our customers fully up to date, we also offer custom training sessions and workshops.
The VR systems are based on a treatment technique called Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy (VRET). VRET has been scientifically proven to be effective by the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) after a decade of research; and many other international research groups. CleVR combines the effectiveness of exposure therapy with the accessibility of a virtual environment. CleVR is a spin-off company from this research and located in the ‘incubator’ of YES!Delft.Discover our Products Discover our portfolio Look at our brochure
Friday, October 31 CleVR will be present at the information market of the annual NVA Autism Congress. This tenth nationwide Autism Congress, organized by the Dutch Society for Autism, will take place at the Beatrix Theater in Utrecht Jaarbeurs and is accessible for both members of the NVA as for anyone who feels involved in autism.
Several renowned speakers in the field of diagnosing, treating and supporting people with autism have their say like Peter Vermeulen (autism expert Autisme Centraal), Annelies Spek (head Autisme Kennis Centrume) and Prof. Dr. Ina Berckelaer-Onnes (honorary member NVA).
CleVR will give the conference attendees the opportunity to get acquainted with Virtual Reality (Exposure Therapy (VRET)) as well as the opportunity to exchange views on the potential added value of using VRET. Currently, in close co-operation with the NVA, Erasmus Medisch Centrum and Yulius there are advanced plans for an initial pilot study to the use of VRET with this target group.
Thursday 13th November CleVR will be present at the information market during the 10th Phrenos Psychosis Congress. This nationwide Psychosis Congress, organized by the Phrenos Kenniscentrum takes place at the Regardz Congress Zwolle. The Phrenos Psychosis Congress wants to paint a picture of the ground-breaking developments inside and outside the Mental Health Service wherein treatment and support better connect with functioning in everyday life.
CleVR will give the conference attendees the opportunity to get acquainted with Virtual Reality (Exposure Therapy (VRET)) as well as the opportunity to exchange views on the potential added value of using VRET. At this moment a Randomized Controlled Trial is taking place when it comes to treating people with psychotic disorders entitled 'the effect of VRET on social participation in people with psychotic disorder' (project leader Prof. Dr. Mark van der Gaag VU) , lead researcher Dr. Wim Veling (UMCG / UCP). Besides CleVR several researchers participating in the VRET psychosis project are present during the congress.
CleVR on TV! Some time ago CleVR had an important contribution to the broadcast of Het Klokhuis with as theme 'fear of heights'.
Tuesday, November 18th is the day the recordings will be broadcast. The broadcast takes place between 18:25 am - 18:40 pm on NPO3. Please watch!
CleVR looks back positively on the three days at EABCT Congress 2014. At our fully equipped stand our (inter)national guests were introduced to the latest developments in the area of Virtual Reality (Exposure Therapy). Existing contacts were renewed and new contacts have been initiated. We are convinced that this will lead to new forms of cooperation in the use of Virtual Reality (Exposure Therapy) in the treatment of mental disorders.
The Burn Center of the Martini Hospital in Groningen received funding for the development of an interactive Virtual Reality (VR) world that will be used during the treatment of burn patients. The software will be developed by CleVR. VR will be used to reduce the pain during wound care and rehabilitation for children and adolescents, so less or even no medication is needed.
This summer UMCG/UCP, coöperating with other mental health centers, start with the treatment of psychosis clients using Virtual Reality (Exposure Treatment). For this purpose CleVR developed four interactive virtual worlds.
We made it to the semifinals of the Baby Tycoon Award!
Feel free to support us when we are presenting our company!
The semifinals will take place in Holland Casino in Scheveningen at 7pm, March 26th.
Hope to see you all there!
CleVR made it to the final round of the Shell LiveWIRE Award!
CleVR has been nominated for theICT~Office Innovatie Award. The National ICT~Awards put Dutch innovative ICT-initiatives in the spotlight to stimulate better applications of ICT in businesses, non-profit organisations and governments. The ICT~Office Innovation Award is awarded to the person or organisation that deserves an encouragement for its strategic and leading roll in an innovation process.
Our CleVRET system has been released! Using this system, therapists can treat people with fear of flying or fear of heights in a highly controlled manner, without requiring them to leave the therapy room at all.