How to Prevent Virtual Reality Motion Sickness

Virtual reality technology just keeps getting better and better; virtual reality games and movies are becoming more immersive, and many companies have even adopted it as a means to stay connected in a post-pandemic world. With improved immersion comes a price – around 40 to 70 percent of users experience VR motion sickness after only 15 minutes. As our brains struggle to comprehend mixed signals from our eyes and bodies, we may experience unpleasant side effects from that turmoil. Fortunately, there are ways to make VR a more fun and comfortable experience. This infographic presents 15 science-backed tips to get started towards a happier virtual reality future.

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How to Prevent Virtual Reality Motion Sickness

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