Treatment of eating disorders in virtual reality
To treat dysmorphophobia, anorexia, obesity or food compulsions in virtual reality
Developed in close collaboration with our scientific teams composed of nutritionists, dieticians and university physicians, the C2Nutri application opens the fields of virtual reality applications to patients suffering from eating disorders.
We are thus working on the difficulties related to dysmorphophobia as well as on rebalancing the behaviour with food. The C2Nutri application is also aimed at all patients suffering from eating disorders (obesity, anorexia, bulimia) wishing to regulate or correct their eating habits. See scientific publications
Composition of meals in virtual reality
The C2Nutri application enables patients and therapists to work together on the development and real-time composition of meals.
From more than 80 foods, choose:
Snacks (chips, peanuts …), drinks (beer, cola, water …), starters (grated carrots, chicken rillettes …), a dish (hamburger, codfish filet …) (pasta, rice, green beans, broccoli …) and desserts (Emmental, vanilla cream, fruit …)
Allow patients to compose their typical meals, and visualize in real time the nutritional values of each food and the full meal. This will allow you to correct or improve the quality of the established meal and gradually rebalance the eating habits of your patients.
Place his silhouette and BMI in virtual reality
The work on the real, perceived, desired silhouettes is greatly facilitated with the virtual reality thanks to the comparison with an avatar and the possibility for the patient to evolve his silhouette in real time. The therapist can observe the BMI evolved and guide the patient.
Correcting your bad eating habits
Immersion in supermarket shelves allows therapists to see what patients’ nutritive habits are and what their strongest impulses are.
The virtual reality allows you to accompany your patients in virtuo in the shelves of a supermarket in order to guide them in the choice of the best foods and the decryption of the product labels. At the end of this session, you will be able to give your patients a food balance-sheet consisting of menus adapted to their plan and a shopping list.