The effects of 0.2 Hz varying latency with 20-100 ms varying amplitude on simulator sickness in a helmet mounted display

@article{Pierre2015TheEO,
  title={The effects of 0.2 Hz varying latency with 20-100 ms varying amplitude on simulator sickness in a helmet mounted display},
  author={Matthew E. St. Pierre and Salil Banerjee and Adam W. Hoover and Eric Muth},
  journal={Displays},
  year={2015},
  volume={36},
  pages={1-8}
}
Abstract The relationship between the occurrence of simulator sickness (SS) and varying latency in a helmet-mounted display (HMD) was explored in this study. Previous work has always considered latency to be a constant. The aim of this research was to determine if a latency that varied over time would impact the experience of SS for HMD users. An object location task was used while viewing real, live video scenes via HMD. A planned comparisons approach was utilized with four experimental… CONTINUE READING

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