Control of a virtual vehicle influences postural activity and motion sickness.

  title={Control of a virtual vehicle influences postural activity and motion sickness.},
  author={Xiao B Dong and Ken Yoshida and Thomas A. Stoffregen},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Applied},
  volume={17 2},
Everyday experience suggests that drivers are less susceptible to motion sickness than passengers. In the context of inertial motion (i.e., physical displacement), this effect has been confirmed in laboratory research using whole body motion devices. We asked whether a similar effect would occur in the context of simulated vehicles in a visual virtual environment. We used a yoked control design in which one member of each pair of participants played a driving video game (i.e., drove a virtual… CONTINUE READING

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