The mixed reality health solution aimed at promoting the inclusion of people with autism spectrum disorders.
Equipped with a catalog of applications in mixed reality which is accessible via adapted glasses, this R & D project allows learners to develop social and motor skills in a secure and controlled environment.Press kit
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- timeline -
November 2018Convention in NancyEstablishment of a partnership with the University Hospital of Nancy
July 2018Smile V1Application of helping to recognize facial emotions in real time
April 2018MRPPObtaining the Mixed Reality Partner Program Certification
January 2018Pop BalloonsApplication of helping to take ownership of the environment and gain moving skills
March 2017Project Launch
- They talk about us -
COO at Microsoft
At Microsoft, we are convinced that the newest technologies can be used to increase the inclusion of people with a handicap. Using mixed reality, Actimage was able to develop Hol'Autism to allow autistic people to better interact with their surroundings.
22-year-old man with ASD
I loved the Smile app! Especially when I progressed in different levels. I see myself playing very well when I have free time.
Researcher in Social Neuroscience, Institut Pasteur
In just 2 months, Actimage created the first version of Pop'Balloons from our 2D solution idea. Thanks to their MR environment, we have a solid concept.
Specialized educator, Hospital St-Jacques de Dieuze
When we confront our patients in real situations, we face enormous difficulties. Hol'Autisme would allow us to prepare them in a safe environment.
- contact -
If you want to contact us, support the project, share an idea, ask questions or give a testimonial, our teams will answer you.