Control of a virtual ambulation influences body movement and motion sickness

@inproceedings{Chen2011ControlOA,
  title={Control of a virtual ambulation influences body movement and motion sickness},
  author={Yi-Chou Chen and Xiao Dong and Jens Hagstrom and Thomas A. Stoffregen},
  year={2011}
}
Drivers typically are less susceptible to motion sickness than passengers. The influence of vehicle control has theoretical implications for the etiology of motion sickness, and has practical implications for the design of virtual environments. In the present study, participants either controlled or did not control a nonvehicular virtual avatar (i.e., an ambulatory character in a console video game). We examined the incidence of motion sickness and patterns of movement of the head and torso as… CONTINUE READING

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