Cybersickness: an experimental study to isolate the effects of rotational scene oscillations

@article{So1999CybersicknessAE,
  title={Cybersickness: an experimental study to isolate the effects of rotational scene oscillations},
  author={Richard H. Y. So and W. T. Lo},
  journal={Proceedings IEEE Virtual Reality (Cat. No. 99CB36316)},
  year={1999},
  pages={237-241}
}
  • R. So, W. Lo
  • Published 13 March 1999
  • Engineering
  • Proceedings IEEE Virtual Reality (Cat. No. 99CB36316)
Head-coupled virtual reality systems can cause symptoms of sickness (cybersickness). A study has been conducted to investigate the effects of scene oscillations on the level and types of cybersickness. Sixteen male subjects participated in the experiments. They were exposed to four 20-minute virtual simulation sessions, in a balanced order with 10 days separation. The 4 simulation sessions exposed the subjects to similar visual scene oscillation in different axis: pitch axis, yaw axis, roll… 

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