The patient wears virtual reality glasses and headphones, and is projected into a virtual environment specifically designed to diagnose a category of mental disorders. These virtual environments put the patient through multiple expected and unexpected stimuli, propose to execute different actions and ask to react to different questions. At the same time, the system monitors the brain activity and reactions of the patient and registers multiple variables. The results of these standardized tests are scientifically validated and the tests can be potentially developed in all languages.
When you play a video game, either all the trees or faces in the background look roughly the same or a designer has to spend hours designing every pixel of a branch or an eyebrow. This painstaking and costly process could soon end with Artomatix that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to produce an infinite amount of different 3D images from one single template.