Unifying Research to Address Motion Sickness
PubDate: August 2019
Teams: U.S. Army Research Laboratory West；University of Southern California
Writers: Mark S. Dennison; David M. Krum
Be it discussed as cybersickness, immersive sickness, simulator sickness, or virtual reality sickness, the ill effects of visuo-vestibular mismatch in immersive environments are of great concern for the wider adoption of virtual reality and related technologies. In this position paper, we discuss a unified research approach that may address motion sickness and identify critical research topics.