Third Eye Neurotech - Treating Autism Using Our Blue Room

We create tailored experiences to our individual users using innovative and patented methods. Our primary focus is treating autism using our Blue Room technology.

The Blue Room

Third Eye Neurotech’s Blue Room system is designed to aid in the process for reducing phobias. With environments and scenarios designed specially for each user, the Blue Room has been proven to be more effective than traditional Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) in treating patients, including children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).

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What We Do

Third Eye Neurotech has developed an immersive reality technology module for mass participation that requires no additional equipment to be worn by the participants such as goggles or headsets. The, so called, Blue Room Immersive Technology creates real time interactive totally immersivereality modules. A major feature is its ability to replicate any environment in precise detail. The Blue Room module is exciting and exhilarating and gives participants a real sense of movement and “being there” in “true perspective”.

Third Eye Neurotech in the Media

Newcastle University Press Release

Virtual reality therapy treats autism phobias

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The Chronicle Live

How schoolboy with autism had his phobia of dogs cured in groundbreaking study

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The Daily Mail

Almost HALF of all autistic children can be cured of their phobias and fears by using virtual reality

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Express and Star

Virtual reality sessions helped children with autism overcome their phobias

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ITV News

Virtual reality sessions helped children with autism overcome phobias

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Gloucestershire Live

The life-changing virtual reality treatment that allowed this 11-year-old to overcome his fear of dogs

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Academic Coverage

Third Eye Neurotech’s Blue Room was featured in an academic paper from Newcastle University.

Reducing Specific Phobia/Fear in Young People with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through a Virtual Reality Environment Intervention.

M. Maskey, J. Lowry, J. Rodgers, H. McConachie, J. R. Parr

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