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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Possible Cure For Virtual Reality (VR) Motion Sickness

Have VR Motion Sickness? There May Soon Be a Cure

The Mayo Clinic has found a way to synchronize what your body is feeling with what your eyes are seeing.

Tom Brant | April 1, 2016

As consumers begin to get their hands on the first wave of virtual reality headsets like the Oculus Rift, which is now shipping, they might also find themselves dealing with headaches and nausea from the motion effects of VR.
But we're talking about technology here—if it can revolutionize healthcare, surely it can offer a remedy for an affliction it caused itself. Indeed, the Mayo Clinic may have found an answer to VR sickness: galvanic vestibular stimulation.

AMD has put a lot of effort into minimising motion-to-photon latency, which should not only help improve the experience, but also keep you from experiencing motion sickness ... Source:

<more at; related links and articles: (Afraid Of VR Headsets Because Of Nausea, Motion Sickness? Mayo Clinic's GVS Might Be The Answer. April 1, 2016) and (Mayo Clinic May Have Just Solved One Of Virtual Reality's Biggest Problems. March 30, 2016)>

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