Experimenting novel virtual-reality immersion strategy to alleviate cybersickness
PubDate: November 2018
Teams: Torrens University Australia，Media Design School
Writers: Syed Fawad Mustafa Zaidi；Thomas Male
Cybersickness, related to virtual-reality (VR) using head-mounted devices (HMD), is also known as motion sickness in VR environment. Researchers and developers have been working to find an appropriate technological facility to alleviate this feeling of sickness. In this paper, we aim to further improve VR immersion technique via HMD by strengthening userś sense of presence in the virtual world along with engagement. Our results show that, with alternative ways in the same VR environment, cybersickness could be overcome resulting in user acceptability of VR technology.