Review on cybersickness in applications and visual displays

  title={Review on cybersickness in applications and visual displays},
  author={Lisa Rebenitsch and Charles B. Owen},
  journal={Virtual Reality},
Cybersickness is an affliction common to users of virtual environments. Similar in symptoms to motion sickness, cybersickness can result in nausea, headaches, and dizziness. With these systems becoming readily available to the general public, reports of cybersickness have increased and there is a growing concern about the safety of these systems. This review presents the current state of research methods, theories, and known aspects associated with cybersickness. Current measurements of… CONTINUE READING
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