Profiling subjective symptoms and autonomic changes associated with cybersickness.

Abstract

Our aim was to expand knowledge of cybersickness - a subtype of motion sickness provoked by immersion into a moving computer-generated virtual reality. Fourteen healthy subjects experienced a 15-min rollercoaster ride presented via a head-mounted display (Oculus Rift), for 3 consecutive days. Heart rate, respiration, finger and forehead skin conductance… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.autneu.2016.12.004

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@article{Gavgani2017ProfilingSS, title={Profiling subjective symptoms and autonomic changes associated with cybersickness.}, author={Alireza Mazloumi Gavgani and Keith Nesbitt and Karen Blackmore and Eugene Nalivaiko}, journal={Autonomic neuroscience : basic & clinical}, year={2017}, volume={203}, pages={41-50} }