Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
We build VR applications that reduce implicit bias to create authentic change in society. These are used by the world's leading organisations to create more inclusive work environments and drive performance.
Help your employees to be treated fairly and with respect
45% of employees have experienced discrimination and/or harassment in the past year
Attract and retain the best talent
Two-thirds of job seekers consider workplace diversity an important factor when choosing jobs
Outperform your competitors
36% higher likelyhood of outperformance for the organisation in the top quartile for D&I
McKinsey & Co (2020)

Become somebody else

Using the immersive power of virtual reality, be transported into the body of someone else of a different gender, race, physical ability or sexual orientation.

See the world from their perspective

Your brain falls for the illusion and believes that your new virtual body is your real body. For the first time, experience situations in someone else’s shoes.

Change your behaviour

Increase empathy, reduce implicit biases and drive behavioural change towards colleagues and customers.

Rewiring the way organisations think about inclusivity

Fill out the form and we will send you our guide to unlock the full potential of your organisation directly to your email.

This white paper delivers well researched data to show how VR and Embodiment is the ideal tool to create an inclusive culture and drive performance in your organisation.


Scientific Publications
 - The Royal Society Publishing
Virtual body ownership and its consequences for implicit racial bias are dependent on social context
Domna Banakou, Alejandro Beacco, Solène Neyret, Marta Blasco-Oliver, Sofia Seinfeld and Mel Slater



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We believe good partnerships can help us tackle workplace biases on a new level, through innovation and positive impact.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 836707. EIT Health is supported by the EIT, a body of the European Union.