PHOBOS Downloads Page
CHOOSE THE VERSION that fits YOUR NEEDS
The Open Source Code is intended for teams that require flexibility to set up their experiments. Unity 5 and programming knowledge is required to modify and compile the source code. Some scenes, features and functionality present on PHOBOS builds had to be removed from the source code to comply with Open Source standards and licensing.
The beta builds are perfect for teachers and students that need a hassle free VR experience. No coding knowledge needed. Just download and launch PHOBOS.
PHOBOS BUILD b0.1
SELF CONTAINED APP for oculus rift
PHOBOS BUILD b0.2
SELF CONTAINED APP FOR HTC VIVE
Frequently asked questions
Our end users are Mental Health professionals, researchers, students and educators.
If PHOBOS is to be used as a clinical treatment tool, we strongly discourage the usage as a self-treatment tool.
PHOBOS and its source code are completely FREE of charge. You can download, use and modify the software freely as long as you abide to our License Agreement (that the software can only be used for research, education or mental health purposes).
You can either do 2 things.
Firstly, you can reach out to a member of our development community and ask him/her to partner with your research team and create the ad-hoc features.
Or you can reach out to us and our in house dev team will develop said feature or scene for a fee.
Not exactly. Down the line we expect to be cash-flow positive but not for the time being. What we want to do short term is build a multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary community willing to take ownership of PHOBOS and build up its feature set, user interface and science output.
If you would like to give a hand to the world's scientific and healthcare community, we'd be thrilled to count you in.
Our vision for Virtual Reality software that could help millions of people around the world and enable science has always been a vision of collaboration, rather than profit. That is why we decided to make PHOBOS free. VR hardware is already expensive enough to create an entry barrier to this incredible technology. The least that we can do to facilitate our vision, is to make PHOBOS "not a part" of that barrier.
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