In 2008, a branch of the government involved in the search for new technologies provided support for S. Dumonceau's project in the form of significant financial aid. New partners joined the R&D team in 2011. First, Thierry Pierson, an electronics engineer, the founder of OGONE sa (an international company that pioneered electronic payment methods) and a musician.
Armelle Loghmanian, an engineer who worked in several Philips development departments, joined the team in June 2011.
This led to the birth of the "PSiO", the first all-in-one audiovisual stimulator (twelve colours) as a functional prototype on 4 April 2012.
An international patent was filed jointly with the University of Liege (Optical Physics Department). The name, the glasses model, container of this condensed technology, and the logo are worldwide trademarks.
Doctors, psychologists, researchers, university professors, designers, prototyping experts, electronics engineers, computer engineers, artists, moulders, injectors...no fewer than 20 people worked tirelessly for two years to develop the PSiO and thirty people in all worked actively on its design for four years.